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    Which statement best describes the formation of diamonds?

    A. Diamonds form in kimberlites under very high pressure.


    B. Diamonds form in talc under very high pressure.


    C. Diamonds form in talc under very low pressure.


    D. Diamonds form in kimberlites under very low pressure.

    +1  Views: 10949 Answers: 3 Posted: 7 years ago
    mycatsmom

    ''Diamonds are a girl's best friend."

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    the A's have it,,however the a's wont make me rich,unless i got em,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

    Diamonds are being produced commercially for use in the electronics industy and in advancing fields. There are materials being produced that are harder than diamonds also. This trend is sure to continue in developing materials with unique properties. Some day materials: repelled by gravity, stronger near the speed of light, shape memory based on a range of factors not only temperature. Rocks presently that heat up in the day and cool down at night can record variations and events much like magnetic recording devices naturally. Just because you can't see it or feel it doesn't mean it isn't there along with video information also...oh, what those walls can tell you...yup.    

    mycatsmom

    I remember diamond needles on stereos.


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