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Diamond: The MineralDiamond Diamond is a gem with unique properties and hundreds of industrial uses! US Diamond MinesUnited States Diamonds US Diamond Mines Will a mine in WY or CO break our gem diamond import dependence? Blood DiamondsBlood Diamonds Blood Diamonds are illegally-traded diamonds that are often used to fund conflict. Facts About DiamondsDiamond Facts Interesting Facts About Diamonds You are a diamond expert if you know all of these!
Diamonds from Coal?Diamonds from coal Diamonds Do Not Form From Coal That is one of the biggest misconceptions in science. Geology ToolsGeology Tools Geology Tools - Hammers, field bags, hand lenses, maps, hardness picks, gold pans. Kimberlite: A Peridotitekimberlite by Parent Géry Kimberlite is a variety of peridotite, an igneous rock that can be a host rock of diamond. USA Diamond MineCrater of Diamonds Mine You Can Be A Diamond Miner! At the Crater of Diamonds Mine you keep what you find.
Herkimer DiamondsHerkimer Diamonds Herkimer Diamonds are doubly-terminated quartz crystals mined in New York. Diamonds from Space?Diamonds in Meteorites Diamonds in Meteorites? Some meteorites contain amazing numbers of tiny diamonds. Synthetic DiamondsSynthetic Diamonds Spectacular Diamonds that can fool experience jewelers are now made in labs. Diamond ProducersDiamond Production Diamond Production leaders include: Botswana, Russia, Angola and Canada.
Huge Diamond DepositPopigai Diamonds The Largest Diamond Deposit in the world could be under Popigai Crater in Russia. Brown DiamondsBrown Diamonds Brown Diamonds are growing in popularity and are frequently seen in fashion jewelry. Canadian DiamondsCanadian Diamonds Canadian Diamond Mines produce some of the largest and highest quality gems!  

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