Diamond crystal forms. Artwork showing the different structures of natural diamond crystals. Reading left to right from top to bottom are: an octahedron, a dodecahedron, a tetrahexahedron, a hexoctahedron with curved faces, a macle and two interpenetrant cubes. Diamonds are a hard crystalline form of carbon. They are used in jewellery and in industry as a material for cutting tools.
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