Definition of industrial diamond in English:

industrial diamond

Syllabification: in·dus·tri·al dia·mond


A small diamond, not of gem quality, used in abrasives and in cutting and drilling tools.
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  • Explosives carefully applied to carbon produce industrial diamonds for as cutting, grinding and polishing tools.
  • What they can do is lower the price of industrial diamonds (small, poor quality diamonds).
  • Katanga produced copper, 60% of the world's uranium and 80% of the world's industrial diamonds.

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