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Lab Grown Diamond

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Lab Gown Diamond 

Diamond mining can involve the removal of vast amounts of earth and rock which creates holes so big they can be seen from space. Few industries in the world have a larger environmental and social footprint than mining. Lab-grown diamond on the other hand offers a much more desirable alternative for consumers who are driven by environmental sustainability and social welfare issues. Lab-grown diamond is chemically, physically and optically identical to a mined diamond. Diamond is no longer relegated to just a sparkling gem, the lab-grown diamond provides a roadmap for an unknown number of years ahead in the global electronics industry.

Serenity's exposure to the enhancement of gemstone materials naturally led to development of process technology for nano crystalline, polycrystalline and single crystal diamond growth. Lab-grown diamonds are as unique as their mined counterparts, each one perfectly, imperfect, with infinite possibilities to tailor properties to suit the purpose. Growth of single crystal diamond requires a wide range of capabilities and expertise in growth equipment and process for CVD and or HPHT technologies, high purity gas generation and distribution infrastructure, full automation, process recipes, production of high quality seeds with low density of point defects, super polished diamond seeds, damage-free laser shaping of diamond, etching and removal of polycrystalline diamond from single crystal blocks, stress reduction of crystal, high temperature annealing capabilities, analytical capabilities for measurement of crystal quality and assessment of NV distribution, impurity detection, etc. Serenity has devoted decades of research in developing capabilities in all these arenas and more. 


The lab-grown diamond industry is witnessing a notable trend of sliding prices, spurred by advancements in technology, increased competition, and growing consumer acceptance. As production processes become more streamlined and efficient, the costs associated with creating lab diamonds continue to decline, making them increasingly accessible to a broader market. Amidst this evolving landscape, there's a notable shift towards large crystal growth, driven by the desire to create sizable diamond gems. Manufacturers and researchers are focusing their efforts on developing techniques that yield large, high-quality diamond crystals suitable for crafting impressive gems. These efforts are fueled by consumer demand for larger and more visually striking diamonds, particularly in the luxury market. By honing in on large crystal growth, Serenity aims to meet this demand by focusing on recipe optimization and launching its own low-cost, high-quality CVD reactors.   



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