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Understanding Light Leakage in Diamonds

Jul 6th, 2016

Understanding Light Leakage in Diamonds

There are a plethora of images on websites, and printed material to show the evils of flat or steep diamonds, but are they a correct rendering of what really happens to light in a diamond? Let us put them to the test.

We are going to use computer modeling to show how light returns or leaks out of a diamond.

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