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Never heard of DiamondNexusLabs.com? Here are some Questions and Answers for you, from the diamond manufacture experts:
Q: What are your stones made out of, and how are they different from natural diamonds?
A: Diamonds are made of carbon only. Our stones feature carbon and eight other additional elements: oxygen, sulphur, iron, cobalt, nickel, yttrium, zirconium, and hafnium.
Q: Why can’t you make your stones with just carbon?
A: Actually, we have managed to create diamond simulants out of pure carbon, but they are limited in size and are very expensive to produce. This would prevent us from making them affordable to you, so we are not selling them just yet. We hope to perfect the process someday soon, though, and then we will make them available to the public.
Q: My neighbor’s cousin’s co-worker’s sister said that Diamond Nexus stones are just regular CZ. Are they?
A: No, actually they’re not. CZ, or cubic zirconia, contain only two elements: zirconium and oxygen. While Diamond Nexus gemstones do also contain these elements, (which is where some people get confused,) they have seven more as well. And while the manufacturing process of Diamond Nexus gemstones begins much the same as the manufacturing process of CZ, there are many more steps and treatments involved in a Diamond Nexus gemstone. The result is a different stone with different, better properties.
Q: So Diamond Nexus gemstones are not CZ. What makes them better?
A: The problem with CZ is that they’re not as strong as diamonds, and also they’re much more porous. This means that they can break or chip at any time, and that they will absorb dirt and oils over the years to become cloudy and unattractive. Diamond Nexus gemstones are made to be much harder and less porous – so much so, in fact, that their properties are almost exactly identical to natural diamonds. This means that, unlike CZ, a Diamond Nexus gemstone will never break, never chip, and never lose its sparkle. It can even cut glass.
Q: Why do you talk so much about ethics and environmental consciousness?
A: The diamond industry is extremely notorious for its practices, not only in business but also in production. Aside from worldwide market manipulation, the diamond cartel has been tangled up in issues of slavery, mutilation, terrorism, and genocide for decades. Even legitimate diamond mining operations are responsible for massive deforestation, pollution, destruction of wildlife, and hazardous working conditions leading to the suffering and death of hundreds to thousands of workers. We believe that diamond simulants are more than an affordable alternative to the hype that the cartel has worked up for its own benefit; we believe they may be a key factor in ending the cycle of violence, devastation, and murder.
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