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He submitted the photo for inclusion in a travel brochure.
The noun form for the adjective inclusive is inclusiveness.
The grade can be interpreted to read I#, 'included' with 1-12 inclusions visible to the naked eye. Any inclusion number three and above indicate that the stone is vulnerable to cracks and breakage, in addition to its having lost brilliance.
As a symbol, the circle signifies completion, inclusion, wholeness, magic.
No, but a diamond is.
The indicator code 'SI1' means that the diamond has one slight inclusion, or flaw visible to the naked eye.
A diamond with one very slight inclusion visible with a 10x magnifier would be described as a VS1 stone.
Yes, as its rating of SI 2 implies, using a 10X loupe, you can see two Slight Inclusions.
Diamond is formed from carbon with some inclusion of trace minerals, for colour.
Diamond is composed of carbon at the 100% level, with the trace inclusion of other elements.
In grading a diamond's clarity, VS indicates Very Slight.
Flaws in diamonds are called inclusions. They can be of several types, which you can read about, below.
Diamonds are yellow because of the inclusion of nitrogen within the carbon atoms.
Good is a judgement and you are the judge. Your initials G-H could indicate colour, with D being the highest grade of colour for a white diamond; the initials VS are usually followed by a number, such as 1 or 2 and indicates Very Slight inclusion(s), visible under a 10x loupe. Depending on the carat weight and the quality of the cut and the cut, this diamond could retain its investment value as a jewelery-quality diamond.
diamond is formed from carbon. Some diamonds include other trace minerals, but they are not necessary in the formation of diamond.
The interior of a diamond is the same as the exterior: a matrix of carbon atoms. If a gem-quality diamond, these atoms lack some level of inclusion of any other mineral. If industrial diamond, the level of inclusions of other minerals render the diamond opaque or cloudy.
'Good' is a judgement and you are the judge. The colour ranking of a white diamond of F-G is a step or two below 'colourless'. This means that the inclusion of nitrogen, which gives diamond a yellow cast, is minimal. A step or two above this rating means that the inclusion of nitrogen is non-existent. To the non-gemologist, to the naked eye, this colour ranking is imperceptible.