A famous slogan claims that a diamond is forever. While these precious stones symbolize love and glamour for millions of couples, there's a lot about nature's most famous jewel you might not know. How do diamonds form in nature? How do they get from the Earth's mantle to your local jeweler? And why should you be wary of a diamond's background when you go shopping?
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A diamond is ________ in its most concentrated form.
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Kimberlite pipes are named after:
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On the Mohs Hardness Scale, a diamond is a:
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Bruiting a diamond refers to the process of:
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Which of the following is true about most diamonds?
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The color of the most expensive transparent diamond is:
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The select people or companies authorized to buy rough diamonds from De Beers are called:
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Blood diamonds are:
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