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Black Diamond Ring

The plain science of black diamonds goes like this: It demonstrates an over-abundance of hydrogen carbon bonds which confirms that they are formed inside a rich hydrogen background like in deep space. In addition, nano diamonds which can be found inside meteorites bare similarities to these black stones. Moreover, unlike normal diamonds which are formed deep in the Earth’s crust, the gas bubbles in the black diamonds could not have possibly been formed here. On the other hand, there is some controversy to this theory and a number of other scientists hold their own theories saying that the origin of these diamond rings might not necessarily occur from outer space. Scientists have long been baffled by the origins of carbonados since they don’t stay on the diamond mineralogy rules and they don’t form where natural clear diamonds occur inside those usual ordinary areas.

Carbonados or black diamonds as they are ordinarily called, are described as wearing the color of charcoal or melted glass with full of bubbles. These stones are understood to weigh thousands of carats and appear in shades from black to grey. Time and again, they crop up in bumpy fragments with a surface which could vary from compact to porous. Barely, selected of these pieces are polished and used in jewelry since often times their surfaces are blemished. Whilst comparing white and black diamonds, engagement rings are typically fit with white diamonds, being single crystals, whereas black diamonds are comprised of clusters of distinctive crystals that form its dark color.