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Terrestrial Origins and Evolution
Diamonds and water


A diamond surrounded by air, and a glass of water. Both contain carbon and oxygen. If they are embedded inside another object, without access for a chemical probe, it is a difficult task to distinguish between even simple chemical bonds. A new synchrotron X-ray technique has made this now possible. Credit: Simo Huotari (University of Helsinki)

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