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Topic in Depth - Radiometric Dating

There have been many modern scientific pushes to discover the age of natural and human-made artifacts and this folder describes some of them. Carbon-14 and Potassium Argon dating are just a few covered here in lesson plans, lectures, and overviews.
Radiometric Dating
This site, created by Pamela J. W. Gore at Georgia Perimeter College, provides a concise explanation of the geologic principles of radiometric dating. Students...
Museum Victoria: Radiometric...
The Museum Victoria offers a useful overview of radioactive decay of Potassium-40 and Carbon-14. The website discusses the benefits of isotopes for the...
Tulane University: Radiometric...
The fourth website, developed by Professor Stephen A. Nelson at Tulane University, provides a detailed mathematical explanation of the principles of...
Scottish Universities...
This website describes the Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre's work utilizing luminescence and radiocarbon dating. Through this expansive...
Countertop Chemistry Experiment 27...
The North Carolina State University educational outreach program The Science House provides a fun, educational activity about radioactive isotope decay. ...
Nuclear Chemistry
This page, from the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Chemistry Fundamentals program and the Shodor Education Foundation, discusses five different...



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