- Author:Y.L. Orlov
- Publisher:John Wiley & Sons Inc (March 1, 1978)
- Pages:248 pages
- Subcategory:Earth Sciences
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The Orlov (sometimes spelled Orloff) is a large diamond of Indian origin, currently displayed as a part of the Diamond Fund collection of Moscow's Kremlin Armoury.
The Orlov (sometimes spelled Orloff) is a large diamond of Indian origin, currently displayed as a part of the Diamond Fund collection of Moscow's Kremlin Armoury. It is described as having the shape and proportions of half a chicken's egg. In 1774, it was encrusted into the Imperial Sceptre of Russian Empress Catherine the Great. The diamond was found in the 17th century in Golconda, India.
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Items related to The Mineralogy of the Diamond. He has studied large numbers of diamonds from various deposits, including some non-Soviet mines. Home Orlov, Yu. L. The Mineralogy of the Diamond. ISBN 10: 0471018694, ISBN 13: 9780471018698. The material collected over the years, combined with analysis and summary of the host of data in the literature, has enabled the author to write this book.
1977) The Mineralogy of Diamond 2Institute of Geology of the Komi Science Centre of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Syktyvkar, Russia.
1977) The Mineralogy of Diamond. John Wiley, New York, 248 pp. Saguy, . Cytermann, . Fizgeer, . Richter, . Avigal, . Moriya, . Kalish, . Mathieu, B. and Deneuville, A. (2003) Diffusion of hydrogen in undoped, p-type and n-type doped diamonds. Diamond and Related Materials, 12, 623–631. Shatsky, . Ragozin, . Zedgenizov, D. and Mityukhin, S. (2008) Evidence for multistage evolution in a xenolith of diamond-bearing eclogite from the Udachnaya kimberlite pipe. Lithos, 105, 289–300. 2Institute of Geology of the Komi Science Centre of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Syktyvkar, Russia.
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