Silicon-32 as a tool for dating the recent past
Silicon-32, with a half-life of approximately 140 years, has the potential to fill the dating gap that lies between those chronologies based on the shorter-lived isotopes of 3H and 210Pb, and those based on the longer-lived 14C. Silicon-32 is produced in
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