Below is the results of an independent spectrometer analysis conducted on 3 Round Brilliant Gems.
A spectrometer is used to scientifically analyze color of a gem by placing the gem in a light capturing enclosure, and then beaming in, one wavelength at a time, the full spectrum of light.
By measuring what is absorbed by the gem, a color analysis can be done in a thorough and complete manner. When light is absorbed, color or tinting is created. If most light is not absorbed, then it is a colorless gem.
The results, with annotation, are shown below:
And for clarity, below is the analysis with no commentary added. Note that to the left of the purple bar is Ultra-Violet and to the right, Infra-red. Neither side is visible to human eyes.