Diamond dust is a ground-level cloud composed of tiny ice crystals. This meteorological phenomenon is also referred to simply as ice crystals and is reported in the METAR code as IC. Diamond dust generally forms under otherwise clear or nearly clear skies, so it is sometimes referred to as clear-sky precipitation. It is most commonly observed in Antarctica and the Arctic, but it can occur anywhere with a temperature well below freezing. In Polar regions diamond dust may continue for several days without interruption.
Diamond dust is essentially the leftover material from cutting diamonds. It is extremely hard and has a wide variety of uses. Items made with diamond dust are considered to be of high quality and are used in a variety of things in various industries from construction to the beauty industry.
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