Diamond Treatments and Synthetics
Don't buy Diamonds or Diamond Jewellery, if below mention Treatment found in to stone you purchased as real natural diamonds or in real diamond prices, Ask for Refund Money. Also confirm with the suppliers from begining only if anything from following treatment found later of purchase also goods will be returned back.
- Synthetics Diamonds
- Laser Drilling
- Clarity Enhanced
- HTHP Process
Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) can be used to produce a synthetic diamond by creating the circumstances necessary for carbon atoms in a gas to settle on a substrate in crystalline form.
CVD production of diamonds has received a great deal of attention in the materials sciences because it allows many new applications of diamonds that had previously been considered too difficult to make economical. CVD diamond growth typically occurs under low pressure (1–27 kPa; 0.145–3.926 psi; 7.5-203 Torr) and involves feeding varying amounts of gases into a chamber, energizing them and providing conditions for diamond growth on the substrate. The gases always include a carbon source, and typically include hydrogen as well, though the amounts used vary greatly depending on the type of diamond being grown. Energy sources include hot filament, microwave power, and arc discharges, among others. The energy source is intended to generate a plasma in which the gases are broken down and more complex chemistries occur. The actual chemical process for diamond growth is still under study and is complicated by the very wide variety of diamond growth processes used.