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Almost colorless, icy looking diamonds are rare to find and hence very expensive. Diamonds with less color, also allow more light to pass, giving it that fiery quality, thus adding to its brilliance. A diamond is like a prism, it splits light in flashes of color, and this property is known as dispersion. Color in a diamond takes away the spectrum of color (fire) that is emitted, and acts as a filter.
That’s why diamonds which have a higher color grade, i.e. ones with less color, showcases more colorful fire. However, most diamonds otherwise, have a yellow or brown tinge because of the traces of nitrogen when the diamond was forming, and there for have a less than perfect color grade.
As the name suggests, clarity of a diamond is how clear the stone is, however with regard to the organic traits that were trapped inside when it was forming. The traits on the inside are known as inclusions, which are often minute diamonds that were drawn
in by the bigger one. The traits of these inclusions like their size, orientation, location and color determines the clarity. Hence, diamonds with few inclusions are rare and more expensive.
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