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These Perfectly Imperfect Diamonds Are Built for Quantum Physics

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Diamond structure

A perfectly pure diamond is a solid lattice of carbon atoms. But that's no good for physicists.

Credit: Alfred Pasieka/Science Source

In the mid-2000s, diamonds were the hot new thing in physics. It wasn't because of their size, color, or sparkle, though.

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