Cosmogenic 26Al in the atmosphere and the prospect of a 26Al/10Be chronometer to date old ice
Cosmogenic radionuclides in the one-million-year half-life range offer unique possibilities for age determinations in geophysics. In measurements where the radioactive decay is being utilized as a clock, uncertainties in age determinations may be reduced
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