1. Isotopes of carbon - Wikipedia


    There are three naturally occurring isotopes of carbon: 12, 13, and 14. 12 C and 13 C are stable, occurring in a natural proportion of approximately 99:1.

  2. Radiometric dating - Wikipedia


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

  3. BioMath: Carbon Dating - The Biology Project


    Carbon dating to determine the age of fossil remains. In this section we will explore the use of carbon dating to determine the age of fossil remains.

  4. Carbon Dating Definition, What is Carbon-14 Dating?


    Carbon 14 dating lab Beta Analytic in Miami, Florida, has analyzed thousands of radiocarbon samples since 1979.

  5. Radiometric Dating


    A response by a scientist with a Christian point of view to the young earth criticism of radiometric dating.

  6. isotopes of carbon - Chemistry@TutorVista.com


    Radioisotopes are used as radioactive tracers. Radioactive isotopes have a property by which they can be easily detected and estimated quantitatively.

  7. Carbon-14, Radiometric Dating - CSI


    Carbon dating is used to determine the age of biological artifacts

  8. What is Carbon Dating? - Chemistry for Kids | Mocomi


    Carbon Dating - Learn about carbon dating and how it is used to estimate the age of carbon-bearing materials between 58,000 to 62,000 years.

  9. Doesn’t Carbon-14 Dating Disprove the Bible? | Answers …


    Unaware of the many fallacious assumptions used in the dating process, many people believe Carbon-14 dating disproves the biblical timeline. Mike Riddle demonstrates ...

  10. How accurate are Carbon-14 and other radioactive dating ...


    Discussion on the inaccuracies found using the Carbon-14 dating method, and the various other radioactive dating methods. Plus evidence for …