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Chemical properties of diamond :
. chemical stability : not very reactive , even to strong acids and bases
. when heated in air or oxygen( 700 degrees to 875 degree celsius) , burns with production of carbonic acid.
. surface only can be oxidized a little by few oxidants at high temperature; acids and bases can be refine ( improve , purify) synthetic (artificial) diamonds.(diamonds r not made naturally)