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May 16th, 2003
Tiny diamonds found in oil
Black diamonds found in the Gulf of Mexico might have been formed from crude oil, say researchers. These diamonds are unlikely to be a girl's best friend. They contain just a few dozen carbon atoms, equivalent to less than a billion billionth of a carat.
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