How are diamonds made? - Educational videos for kids
Diamond is a mineral of carbon in its most concentrated form. It is composed solely of carbon, the chemical element for fundamental life.
The critical temperature-pressure balance required for carbon to form diamonds is not present worldwide.
Diamonds occur naturally in the earth’s mantle (150 kms below the surface) and require extremely high temperature and pressure.
Outer Zone – Diamond formed in the mantle are delivered to the earth’s surface by deep-source lava that pass through the stability zone.
Mantle (Diamond stability zone) – During volcanic eruptions, chunks of mantle containing embedded diamonds are brought to the surface.
Mantle chunk – These chunks are then mined for their precious cargo.
Watch this video and understand the process of the formation of a diamond with the help of this animated learning module.
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