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1602854516Code 6742 Diamond moleculeDiamond molecular structure made of metal and bakelite spheres. Czechoslovakian manufacture from the 1950s. Cm 23x20 h 20 - inches 9x7.87 h 7.87.

Diamond is a transparent crystal made up of carbon atoms. Diamonds have a multitude of applications, thanks to their exceptional physical and chemical characteristics. The most important are the extreme hardness, the high optical dispersion index, the very high thermal conductivity, the great resistance to chemical agents and the very low coefficient of thermal expansion. Diamonds are highly water repellent: water does not adhere to their surface, while fats adhere very well, but without damaging them. Resistance to chemical agents is very high: diamonds are not attackable by most acids, even in high concentrations.

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