Why does a diamond change directly from a solid state to a gaseous state? October 6, 2011

Question by Jamie Biernot: Why does a diamond change directly from a solid state to a gaseous state?
A diamond is comprised of only ionic bonds.
A diamond is comprised of interspersed ionic and covalent bonds.
A diamond is formed from hydrogen bonds.
A diamond is hexagonal.
A diamond is a network solid formed from carbon.

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Answer by patil.chirag
A diamond is a network solid formed from carbon.

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