Making Diamonds From Abu Human body

Diamonds are symbols of eternity, really real. Through a special process, got a beautiful diamond stone from the ashes of a dead human bodies by cremation. And this becomes a new trend in Switzerland, Russia, Spain, Ukraine, United States, Japan and China. "Life Gem" the name given to this man than a diamond, the production company called Algordanza in East Switzerland to a vigorous promotion offers services to change the ashes into diamonds.
In every promo is said if the making of "Life Gem" very useful especially for people who moved away from home, people who like to travel far, cemetery maintenance becomes difficult. And although the combustion increasingly popular, require a special permit is generally required for transport across the border.
Although most of the "Life Gem" request comes from a family after someone died but lately people started asking Algordanza service companies, before they die. They are even willing to pay in advance.
"500 grams of ashes is enough to make a diamond, while the human body to leave approximately 2.5 to 3.0 kg of ash," said Willy, one of the employees Algordanza. For the cost of manufacture, according to Willy ranged from 4.500 to 16.700 Euro and is included in the category of cheap. Because the cost of a funeral in Europe could reach 4.400 to 17.000 Euro. Each month, the company has received 40-50 orders from all over the world, from mainland Europe to Asia.
In the laboratory the company, about 15 machines to work without interruption under the supervision of the employees who wore goggles that work behind the yellow line and black line that should not be bypassed by visitors as a tribute to the deceased.
"500 grams of ashes is enough to make a diamond, while the human body can produce an average of 2.5? 3 kg of ash, "said Willy. First of all, potassium and calcium, which represents 85% of human ashes, is separated from the carbon. Then the carbon will be heated with high temperature and pressure, about 1,700 ° C, a process that compresses the ashes into graphite, the carbon allotropes.
Pressure and heat in graphite would change graphite into diamond? the hardest allotrope of carbon. The entire process takes 6-8 weeks, much faster than the time required for the formation of natural diamonds which took thousands of years.
"Each diamond is produced is very unique. The color varies from dark blue to almost white. This is a reflection of personality, "says Willy. Algordanza which stood since 2004, has now expanded to 20 countries, including six outside Europe, and employs approximately 100 people. He said currently the most popular and high demand in Japan and China, which sends between two to four orders per day.

Title: Making Diamonds From Abu Human body
Posted by:Riszky Nurseno
Published :2011-03-25T23:54:00-07:00
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Making Diamonds From Abu Human body

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