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About Scio Diamond Technology Scio employs a patent-protected chemical vapor deposition process to produce high-quality, single-crystal diamonds in a controlled laboratory setting, with such diamonds referred to as "lab-grown" or cultivated diamonds. These cultivated diamonds have chemical, physical and optical properties identical to mined diamonds. The company's manufacturing process enables it to produce high-quality, high-purity, and single-crystal diamonds that are colorless, near colorless and fancy colored. Scio's technology offers the flexibility to produce lab-grown diamonds in size, color and quality combinations that are very rare in nature. Scio produces diamonds for industrial, gemstone, medical and semiconductor applications.
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