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Synthetic Diamonds -- Science of Innovation


Synthetic Diamonds

A new method for creating "synthetic diamonds" that not only creates larger diamonds, but also manipulates their toughness, hardness and color. Potential uses include cutting tools, electronics or optical materials.

Credit: NBC Learn, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and National Science Foundation

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