Introduction of CVD Diamond
CVD Diamonds are an exciting new development in the diamond industry. A CVD (chemical vapor deposition) diamond is a laboratory grown diamond that is created in a vacuum chamber using a process of low-pressure chemical vapor deposition. In this process, a hydrocarbon gas mixture of methane and hydrogen is decomposed and the diamond is formed from the carbon atoms that are then deposited onto a seed crystal.
CVD Diamonds are chemically, physically, and optically identical to mined diamonds, but the process used to create them is unique. Unlike natural diamonds, CVD Diamonds are grown in an environment free of contaminants and impurities, allowing them to have a much higher clarity. Additionally, CVD Diamonds are often colorless, having a higher color grade than many mined diamonds. This makes CVD Diamonds excellent for jewelry purposes, as they have the same sparkle and brilliance as mined diamonds, but may cost less.
CVD Diamonds are also incredibly strong and durable, thanks to their homogenous molecular structure. In fact, CVD Diamonds may be up to four times stronger than mined diamonds. This makes them a great choice for jewelry that will be worn every day, as it is unlikely to be scratched or damaged.
Finally, CVD Diamonds are produced in a much more eco-friendly way than mined diamonds. Since CVD Diamonds are grown in a laboratory, no mining is necessary and the process does not produce any carbon emissions. This makes them a great option for those who want to buy diamonds but also wish to be environmentally conscious.
CVD Diamonds offer a unique and exciting alternative to mined diamonds. They are beautiful, durable, and affordable, making them a great choice for a variety of jewelry needs. Plus, they are produced in a way that is more eco-friendly, so you can feel good about your purchase. Contact us for free quote now!
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