Black Lab-Grown Diamonds

Black color in lab-grown diamonds is caused by the presence of impurities, specifically carbon atoms, that are present in the diamond's crystal lattice. These impurities can be introduced during the diamond growth process, and the amount and distribution of carbon atoms in the lattice can affect the color of the diamond. The more carbon atoms present, the more intense the black color will be.

Another way to produce black diamonds is by creating a diamond with high levels of structural defects, such as voids or inclusions, that absorb light and give the diamond a black appearance. These structural defects can be introduced during the diamond growth process, or through post-growth treatments such as irradiation or high-pressure, high-temperature treatments.

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