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How does one thermodynamically calculate the required pressure to create diamond?

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Default How does one thermodynamically calculate the required pressure to create diamond?



Say I wanted to create a diamond at standard temperature (25 C or 298.25 K). Which formula would I need to use to calculate the required pressure?
I was thinking it might have something to do with the Clausius-Clapeyron relation, but I'm not so sure.
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