1.1What Is Mossanite?

Moissanite Is a Rare Natural Mineral, Also Known as Silicon Carbide, First Discovered by Nobel Prize-Winning Chemist Dr. Henry Mossan During a Massive Meteorite Impact in Arizona. In His Honor, the Interesting New Stone Was Named Moissanite.

It Was Not Until the Late 1990s That Scientists Working in a Research Laboratory at Research Triangle Park in North Carolina Developed an Innovative Thermal Growth Process for Making Silicon Carbide Crystals. These Crystals Are Made From Mica Gemstones, Which Are Said to Be More Beautiful Than Natural Gemstones in Fire and Are More Versatile Than Any Other Artificial Gemstones Such as Gemstones, Rubies, or Emeralds.


Moissanite Isn’t a Substitute for Diamond, either Scientifically, Chemically, or Showing Emotion.  Moissanite Could Be a Distinctive Gem With Its Own Set of Chemical and Optical Properties That Exhibit Additional Fireplace and Brilliance Than the Other Crysta

1.3 How Is Moissanite Made?

Mossanite and the Process Are Long, Complex, and Expensive, Limiting Production — It Can Take Two to Three Months to Make a Single Gem. 

1.4 How Does Moissanite Compare to Other Gemstones on Key Gemological Properties?
Moissanite Is Akin to Different Widespread Gemstones as Well as Diamond, Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald on Key Characteristics Like Hardness, Fireplace and Brilliance. On the Brilliance Ratio, Moissanite Is More Promising Than the Other Crystal, Starting From a Pair Of.65-2.69 on the Dimensions. Its Fireplace Dispersion Is Over 4x Bigger Than the Other Widespread Crystal. On the Mohs Hardness Scale, Moissanite Comes in Second Solely to a Diamond, Measurement at Nine.25. Additionally, Moissanite’s Sturdiness Is Great, That Means It’ll Survive Daily Wear and Tear.