About: Can you Turn Coal/Carbon in to Diamonds with Hydraulic Press
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This guy speaks the most trivial language with the most badass kick to it.
I found your mistake. You used charcoal instead of coal.
Thats only good for coal furnest electric generation...
Making diamonds with charcoal woods🤦♂️
artist want this
Light the powder coal on 🔥?
You can't make diamonds in a minute and stove heat. From my schooling, we were taught it's extremely high pressure and extremely high heat for extremely long time. Obviously if you could by pressing for a few minutes, we all would have diamonds!
I work for a company that made systhetic diamonds. You need 30,000 tons and extremely high heat. And hydraulic pressure on 6 sides.
lol you turned that chicken back into an egg!
Maybe u need add a water
Yeah sadly your press falls a bit short here, you would be looking at a sustained pressure in the region of 5 Gigapascals with a sustained temperature on the order of 1,100 C minimum add a few weeks and you might get somewhere. Course this is a pressure so high you would need to find some supermaterial strong enough to concentrate the entire 150 ton force of your press over an area about a tenth of the area of the silicon die in a typical CPU without failing even at such very high temperatures so not exactly a workable method but one can dream I guess heh.
HE DIDNT SEE IT THEN IT FELL OF THE TABLE OMGGG
I think you're using the wrong tipe of carbon, you should try with anthracite and graphite.
Try with normal coal, not charcoal
It requires both pressure and heat. Throw some matches in there will ya
You're going to need a lot more of compressive forece from all directions and a lot of heat too, sustained over millions of years too.
~10% of the way there, once you heat it to ~whatthefuck degrees
This will work.
At room temperature, maintain the pressure for about 100 million years
If heated to a good yellow-hot(1000C), 5000 years will suffice.
If you can increase the temperature to 2500C and pressure to 30000 bar, you will have diamond in 30 minutes