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What Are the Elements of Natural Diamonds?

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A natural pure diamond is composed of nothing but carbon and are one of only two material known in the world to be made from a single element, the other being graphite (commonly used as pencil lead) As a 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness, diamonds are
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