One carat of diamond weight equals .20 grammes, which means that a diamond that weighs one gramme is about five carats. (There are 28.3495 grammes in one ounce.)
A five-carat, gem-quality diamond, depending on its cut, colour and clarity is available for purchase today from Blue Nile, and you can spend between US$49,000 and US$84,000 to buy it.
If, however, industrial diamonds are preferred, you may be able to pick up a pound for about US$1.60. You won't be able to purchase just a single pound, you'll be required to purchase hundreds of pounds regularly in order to qualify for this price.
0.53 cents per gram
chromuim cost $20 per gram
Depending on the form of the carbon, it could be VERY cheap, or VERY expensive. In the form of charcoal or carbon black (soot), or even graphite, it would cost less than 1 penny per gram. However, carbon can also take the form of DIAMOND- which may cost thousands of $$$ per gram.
Xenon costs about $12.00 per gram.
silicon cost around 50 cents per gram
It cost $13.000053 Per Gram Thank You!
About $5 per gram.
Potassium costs 1$ per gram bulk and 40$ per gram pure
$478 per gram
roughly $125 per gram
1,000,000 per gram
It changes, but about 70 cents per gram.
It costs 1.20$ per gram
Mercury costs about $0.36 per gram
The cost of pure titanium is $661 per 100g, so for 1 gram it is $6.61.
calcium costs 0.11$ per gram
$0.60 per gram
Oh not much at all, about $200,000 which translated in Australian money is $50,000. It is easy for me to afford that, it would take no less then a week.
argon cost like o.50cents per gram
cost= $60 per gram
in the Midwest $10 a gram , $20 max (per gram)
$3.20 per 1 gram
About 14 dollars per gram
Palladium's cost peaked in 2001 at about 35 US dollars per gram.
$00.10 per ton