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Lab-Grown Diamonds

Lab-grown diamonds are diamonds that were grown by scientists in a lab. They share the same chemical makeup as natural diamonds, and are optically identical. The biggest differences between natural and lab-created diamonds are how they’re made, and how rare they are.

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What are lab-grown diamonds known as?

Should I buy a lab-grown diamond?

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How are lab-grown diamonds made?

 

There are a few methods used to create lab-grown diamonds. Typically, lab-grown diamonds start with a tiny lab diamond, like a seed. The seeds are placed in a chamber called a plasma reactor (in the case of CVD synthesis) or a large mechanical press (if manufactured by HPHT). Then, depending on the technology used, some combination of heat, pressure and a carbon source are used to make the crystals grow, layer by layer.

How are diamonds created in a lab?

The CVD Method

HOW ARE DIAMONDS CREATED IN A LAB?

THE HPHT METHOD

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Lab-created colored diamonds

Are lab-grown diamonds real?

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