Scientists say they've created extra-hard synthetic diamonds

06/18/2014 | LiveScience.com

A team of scientists in China has developed synthetic diamonds that are harder than natural or any other man-made diamonds, according to a study published in Nature. Researchers layered small carbon particles like an onion and exposed them to high temperatures and pressure to create diamonds with a unique structure that makes them better able to tolerate more heat before oxidizing.

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