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lonsdaleite ( ′länz′dā′līt ) ( mineralogy ) A mineral composed of a form of carbon; found in.

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NEW MINERAL NAMES Mrcn,rBr F-r-Brscnnn Lonsdaleite
lNn Uxsule B. MenvrN (1967) Lonsdaleite, a hexagonai polymorph oi diamond. N atwe 214 The hexagonal dimorph is named lonsdaleite for Prof.
Formation of lonsdaleite from single-crystal graphite
The Diamond Structure
Lonsdaleite is the hexagonal form of diamond; there is no way to visualize this structure as a cubic. Shown below are models of the lonsdaleite structure.
Diamond vs. Lonsdaleite (whole atoms)
Diamond vs. Lonsdaleite. (whole atoms).
Scientists Discover Material Harder Than Diamond

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Come si fa una matita ovvero chimica della grafite
Essenzialmente quattro sono gli stati allotropici del carbonio L'ultimo allotropo però si presenta in diverse forme come nanotubi di carbonio, buckminsterfullerene, Londsdaleite e altri. a. diamante, b.

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Lonsdaleite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Diamond no longer nature's hardest material - tech - 16 February
Lonsdaleite Mineral Data
Comments: a) A Reflected light photograph of lonsdaleite and unidentified polymorph (New Phase) with lead comtamination.
Lonsdaleite: Lonsdaleite mineral information and data.
An allotrope of carbon based on a hexagonal lattice.
Oct 30, 2006 Lonsdaleite was first identified from the Canyon Diablo meteorite at Barringer Crater (also known as Meteor Crater) in Arizona in 1967.

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