There doesn't appear to be any active plan or program to conserve diamonds.
No, not in the current sense of the word. However, because diamonds are formed deep within the earth's mantel, new diamonds are probably being formed now. And it will take millions of years for those stones to be completely formed and erupt to the earth's surface where they can be discovered.
Industrial diamonds are formed at the same time and in the same places as gem-quality diamonds. Industrial diamonds represent about 80% of all diamonds mined.
Diamonds are mined.
Diamonds can only be scratched by other diamonds. Diamond is the hardest natural mineral.
Yes, diamonds can be found underground. In fact, most diamonds are mined from the earth.
they are conserved in a safe place
it is white
Diamonds are not necessarily disappearing. Diamonds are being mined all over the world, every day.
The meaning of energy being conserved in an interaction; energy is not created or destroyed; only changed from 1 form to another.
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they are using less water instead of using a lot
The Kimberley process was created to try and stop conflict diamonds.
it can be conserved in jars.
All other measurements being equal, two diamonds of the same clarity, carat weight and cut, one being white and the other being brown, you'll pay more for a white diamond. Brown diamonds are the most common colour of diamond found, and one shade of this colour is called chocolate.
Not really, no.