A new created substance is harder than diamond


The method was described on Monday in the Journal of Applied Physics. Q-carbon could have many applications, notably in the fields of medicine and industry. Some imagined by its creators are possible uses for Q-carbon in creating synthetic body parts, improving tools like deep-water drills, and producing brighter, longer lasting screens for televisions and cell-phones. Without doubts, a new industrial technology was born for the years to come. Wuyi Wang, the director of research and development at the Gemological Institute of America and an expert on diamond geochemistry, said that while he would like to confirm the findings himself, “if they are true, it will be very exciting news for the diamond research community.”


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