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Natural diamonds that come into contact with a radiant source at some point in their life reveal specific types of green diamonds. The time required can reach a million years or more. Green diamonds of this type are unique.

The most common forms of radioactive diamonds come from alpha particles found in uranium compound or ground water filtration. Green spots may appear on the surface of the diamond or a thin green layer on the diamond’s skin after prolonged exposure to these particles. This green will be removed several times during the cutting or facade process.

Bombardment with beta and gamma rays will color the diamonds to a greater depth and, in rare cases, will make the whole stone green. Sometimes heating to temperatures below 600 ° C can also lead to green diamonds. High temperatures can turn the stone into an unwanted yellow or brown color.

The structure of the crystal lattice of a diamond is modified by bombardment with radioactive particles enough to disturb the crystal structure and produce a green color. Additional heating will further distort the grid and add or change another color. Radiation and heat permanently deform the structure of the diamond.

Some colored diamonds are slightly irradiated to make their color more intense. This means that weak radiation fields shine in the cut and polished stone, which causes the outside of the stone to darken everywhere. This process is permanent and professionally acceptable in the diamond industry.

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Pink diamond

Pink diamonds come in shades ranging from pastel pink, like pink orchids to intense purple-red seaside resorts, and the intensity of the color determines the price.

Diamonds of the second type contain very little or no nitrogen impurities. They gets their coloring due to anatomical anomalies created by plastic deformation while the growth of the crystal. Extreme pressure change the diamond mesh structure and leads to the formation of pink and red diamonds.

Green diamond

Natural diamonds that come into contact with a radiant source at some point in their life reveal specific green diamonds. The time required can reach a million years or more. Green diamonds of this type are unique.

The several common form of radioactive diamonds appears from alpha particles present in uranium compounds or filtration groundwater. Green spots may appear on the surface of the diamond or a thin green layer on the diamond’s skin after prolonged exposure to these particles. This green will be removed several times during the cutting or facade process.

Bombardment with beta and gamma rays will color the diamonds for beautiful bridal jewellery to a greater depth, and in rare cases, the whole stone will turn green. Heating to just under 600 ° C can sometimes make diamonds green. High temperatures can turn the stone into an unwanted yellow or brown color.

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