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There is none Answer: There are two naturally occurring materials harder than normal diamonds: The first, wurtzite boron nitride has a similar structure to diamond, but is made up of different atoms. It is formed during volcanic eruptions that produce very high temperatures and pressures. Wurtzide boron nitride can withstand 18% more stress than diamond, The second, lonsdaleite, or hexagonal diamond is made from carbon atoms just like diamond, but they are arranged in a different shape. Lonsdaleite is sometimes formed when meteorites containing graphite hit Earth. It is estimated that lonsdaleite 58% more stress than diamond..
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You might be asking whether or not you could damage a diamond using a hard stone. With that assumption, here is one answer. If you strike the diamond 'just right' and the diamond has an inclusion or flaw along a stress point that you happened to hit 'just right' with the large stone, you may be able to damage the diamond. Otherwise, a diamond is the hardest mineral known. And because of its value, you might not want to experiment with one using a large stone to damage it.