1. The 14C Method - radiocarbon WEB-info

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    Figure 1: The "Curve of Knowns" after Libby and Arnold (1949). The first acid test of the new method was based upon radiocarbon dating of known age samples primarily ...

  2. Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory : University of Waikato

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    A national laboratory for radiocarbon dating

  3. RADIOCARBON Home Page

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    Radiocarbon, an international journal of radiocarbon and other isotope dating

  4. Carbon-14 - Wikipedia

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    Carbon-14, 14 C, or radiocarbon, is a radioactive isotope of carbon with an atomic nucleus containing 6 protons and 8 neutrons. Its presence in organic materials is ...

  5. Radiometric dating - Wikipedia

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    Radiometric dating or radioactive dating is a technique used to date materials such as rocks or carbon, in which trace radioactive impurities were selectively ...

  6. C14-datering - Wikipedia

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    C14-datering of koolstofdatering is een methode van radiometrische datering waarmee de ouderdom van organisch materiaal en ecofacten wordt bepaald met behulp van de ...

  7. Carbono-14 - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    El carbono-14, 14 C o radiocarbono, es un isótopo radiactivo del carbono, descubierto el 27 de febrero de 1940 por Martin Kamen y Sam Ruben. Su núcleo contiene 6 ...

  8. MTCH Stock Price - MarketWatch

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    Match Group Inc. stock price, stock quotes and financial overviews from MarketWatch.

  9. Radiocarbon Dating and Lake Varves - Accuracy in …

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    Lake varves indicating an old age for the earth, and used to calibrate C14 dating.

  10. Methods of Dating the Age of Meteorites

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    Methods of Dating the Age of Meteorites. Meteorites are among the oldest objects we know about - formed about 4.5 billion years ago. But how do scientists know this?