Traditional pure-carbon diamonds have a simple structure (tetrahedral, if I'm not mistaken). But common types of diamonds have other elements within them. For example, yellow diamond has nitrogen in it (at a rate of around 1 per million carbon atoms). My question is: what does the lattice structure look like with the occasional nitrogen atom thrown in the mix? The other one I'm curious about is blue diamonds, which have trace amounts of boron.
Ideally, I'd like to know what the structural/chemical formula might look like.