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Radioactive Decay as a Measure of Age

Explains radioactive decay, including parent and daughter isotopes, and half lives, and its importance.

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Radiocarbon Dating

Mr. Andersen explains how carbon-14 dating can be used to date ancient material. The half-life of radioactive carbon into nitrogen is also discussed.

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