We all know diamonds are beautiful. Sparkling, impressive and iconic I don't know anyone who wouldn't love a diamond or two. Have you ever considered synthetic diamonds? One of the most desirable and sought after materials in recent times, extremely durable and can be used in a wide range of different things, perhaps that you aren't even aware of.
So let me tell you a little bit more about this 'ultimate super material'. Being grown in a lab these little nuggets of amazingness have the chemical structures and physical properties of natural diamonds and are actually made of the same material. The major difference between diamonds that have been grown in the lab and natural diamonds is that lab grown can be tailored and optimised for a large range of applications. For more information about these amazing super materials head over to Element Six to have a read.
Synthetic diamond material can be used in aerospace, healthcare, automotive, construction and stone, optics and thermal amongst many more avenue's.
There are huge benefits to choosing a synthetic diamond, this is the way of the future, they could help revolutionise non invasive surgery, they can be used in tools to enable fasting cutting speeds thus improving overall operation. Due to longevity and extreme durability of synthetic diamond technology many industries are favouring this to revolutionise the way they work and offer reliability and functionality.
Is this the way forward with ultimate super materials?