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red diamond is a diamond which displays red colour and exhibits the same mineral properties as colourless diamonds. Red diamonds are commonly known as the most expensive and the rarest diamond colour in the world, even more so than pink diamonds or blue diamonds, with very few red diamonds having been found. Red diamonds, just like pink diamonds, are greatly debated as to the source of their colour, but the gemological community most commonly attributes both colours to gliding atoms in the diamond’s structure as it undergoes enormous pressure during its formation. Red diamonds are among the 12 colours of fancy colour diamonds, and have the most expensive price per carat. They will typically run in the hundreds of thousands of dollars per carat range. Since they are the rarest colour, it is difficult to find them in large sizes, and they are mostly found in sizes less than 1 carat. Red diamonds only exist with one colour intensity, Fancy, although their clarities can range from Flawless to Included, just like white diamonds. The largest and most flawless red diamond is the 5.11 carat Fancy Red Moussaieff Red Diamond, which has internally flawless clarity.
Despite decades of research, scientists are still inconclusive as to the source of red color in diamonds. It is believed[by whom?] that the same cause of the pink color in pink diamonds is the origin of red color as well, but in a more concentrated dose. The most commonly accepted theory[according to whom?] is that during the diamond’s formation, a plastic deformation is caused in the crystal lattice structure. Some of the atoms are misplaced as the diamond moves up through its kimberlite deposit, and the intense pressure of this movement causes the varying shades of pink, or red, to appear. This lends credence to the hypothesis[by whom?] that red diamonds are in fact extremely dark pink diamonds, and why only one color intensity is possible. It is possible for red diamonds to be modified by the same secondary colors that can be found modifying pink diamonds as well.
Red color can be produced by irradiating a colorless diamond by high-energy particles and then annealing it at high pressures and high temperatures.