Synthetic Diamonds - Gems & Gemology in review
James E. Shigley
Gemological Institute of America (2005)
In Collection
#583
8*
Science
Diamond, Synthetics/Treatments
Paperback 9780873110501
English
More than 30 years of synthetic diamond research published in Gems & Gemology has been compiled in this comprehensive volume. Organized into five sections, each with introductions written by GIA Distinguished Research Fellow Dr. James E. Shigley, this book gives a historical overview of lab-grown diamonds—from the time they were first introduced by the General Electric Co. for industrial use in the mid-1950s, to the company’s 1970 announcement of a gem-quality synthetic diamond, to the debut of synthetics in the market in the 2000s. The most recent articles provide the latest information on high pressure/high temperature (HPHT) and chemical vapor deposition (CVD) synthetic diamonds, their production and identifying characteristics.
Product Details
LoC Classification TP873.5.D5 .S959 2005
LoC Control Number 2005001722
Dewey 666/.88
Extras Box
No. of Pages 294
Height x Width 280 x 215  mm
Personal Details
Read It Yes
Store Gemological Institute of America
Location B 7
Purchase Price 50.00 CHF
Purchase Date octobre 2007
Condition First hand
Links Amazon.de
Amazon.com
Amazon.co.uk
Amazon.fr
Amazon.ca
Library of Congress
GIA
Anobii
Goodreads