Absolute dating techniques in archaeology
Each original isotope, called the parent, gradually decays to form a new isotope, called the daughter.Each isotope is identified with what is called a ‘mass number’.
Another example is luminescence dating, which measures the energy from radioactive decay that is trapped inside nearby crystals.
This is different to relative dating, which only puts geological events in time Most absolute dates for rocks are obtained with radiometric methods.
These use radioactive minerals in rocks as geological clocks.
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