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Are new scientific finds in Carbon 14 dating now supporting an earth of thousands rather than millions?
How do you solve this? Has to do with carbon 14 half life?
Carbon dating is possible because plants absorb radioactive carbon-14 during?
What do u guys think of carbon 14 dating?
How old these bones (calculate using carbon-14 dating)?
Find a function that gives the amount, A, of carbon-14 in an object after t years.
How accurate is Radiocarbon dating? Carbon 14?
Can Carbon 14 be used for dating lava flow?
what is a balanced nuclear equation for carbon-14 and hydrogen from nitrogen-14 and a neutron...
The amount of carbon-14 in a sample is reduced from 300 mg to 6.8 mg over a period of time.
The half life of carbon-14 is approximately 5,600 years. Using this information, scientists can determine the?
how many electrons and neutrons do carbon 12 and carbon 14 have?
if a fossil contained 75% of the original carbon-14, how old is the fossil?
What arguments supporting the accuracy of the carbon-14 dating method?
What's the difference between Carbon-12 & Carbon-14?
How old would a fossil be if it had only one eighth of its original carbon-14 content remaining?
What type of particle is emitted when carbon-14 decays into nitrogen-14?
What caused the cosmic ray impacts on the Earth that maintained the carbon-14 isotope's presence?
when carbon 14 decays into nitrogen 14, where does the neutron come from?
What is the rate of decay, in counts per minute per gram, of carbon-14 in the sample?
Why the trend that whenever questions posted about fossils, Young Earth Creationist want to talk Carbon-14?
What percent of carbon-14 remains after 652 years?
carbon 14 is a unstable isotope it decays so that one of the protons turns into a nuetron?
Hi I'm a salesgirl at the Gap, why won't people listen to my testimony about Carbon-14?
What would the carbon 14 dating results be?
What fraction of the original carbon 14 is left after 100,000 years?
conjecture a model for the number of carbon 14 atoms that haven't decayed from an initial number?
A chemists determines that a sample of petrified wood has a carbon-14 decay rate of 6.50 counts per minute per?
What the steps in finding out how long ago was a person dead using Carbon-14 Dating?
How does Carbon-14 decay into Nitrogen-14?
Which plants have the abilities to exclude significant proportions of the Carbon 14 in their intake?
Why uranium isotopes useful in determining the age of ancient geological formations whereas carbon-14..
The half-life of a carbon-14 is 5730 years. How long does it take for 2.4 grams of carbon- 14 to be...
What type of nuclear radiation is emitted when carbon-14 decay?
A leaf is found that contains 45% of the carbon-14 it originally had. Approximately how old is it?
Why can Carbon-14 dating only be used for younger fossils?
Is it true that many Christians opposed to the use of Carbon-14 when dating?
Why does the carbon-14 concentration remain constant in a living organism?
Which of these could be dated you using carbon 14 dating: ashes from a fire or glacial deposits?
Why is carbon-14 useful in radioactive dating but not as useful in medicine?
The amount of carbon-14 in a sample is reduced from 300 mg to 6.8 mg over a period of time.
How old is the Carbon-14 with 77% original dye cloth remaining?
As atmospheric CO2 has doubled, has percentage of Carbon-14 halved?
Have dinosaur bones been Carbon-14 dated and what the results?
The carbon 14 in a sample of bone has 1/8th of its original amount, how old is the bone?
How can we determine the age of Carbon 14?
The half-line of carbon 14 is 5,730years. How old is the wood?
The half-life of carbon-14 is 5730 years. How old is a bone fragment if the proportion of carbon-14 remaining?
There three forms of carbon atoms, Carbon-12, Carbon-13, and carbon-14. The only difference between these?
Will all of carbon 14 in nature eventually disappear?
A piece of wood from an Egyptian tomb has carbon-14 activity of 980 counts/hour. A piece of new wood of the sa?
A piece of wood has 1/3 of the carbon 14 it contained originally. How old is it?
How can the amount of carbon-14 in a piece of wood be used to determine when the tree died?
Carbon-14 has a half-life of 5730 y. How much of a 144 g sample of carbon-14 will remain after 1719 years?
The amount of carbon-14 in an ancient bowl is one-half that in a new piece of wood. How old is the bowl?
Determine the amount of carbon-14 that the mummies have lost?
A piece of wood from an Egyptian tomb has carbon-14 activity of 980 counts/hour. A piece of new wood of the sa?
Can carbon 14 be used in dating organic substances from the Precambrian era?
What was the method of finding the age of something before Carbon 14 was introduced?
A compound is 86% carbon & 14% hydrogen. What is the empirical formula of the compound?
Hypothetically, how would the flood of Noah's day affect Carbon 14 dating of dead plants and animals?
What is the difference in proton number between a carbon-12 and a carbon-14 atom?
Help with this carbon-14 math word problem/formula?
How many carbon atoms react with 14 molecules of oxygen to form 14 molecules of carbon dioxide?
Why cant scientists use Carbon 14 to determine the age of igneous rocks? Why cant most sedimentary rocks be da?
Half-lifes occured as much nitrogen as carbon 14?
Why can radioactive carbon 14 not be used to age old rocks?
What fraction of the original carbon 14 is left after 100,000 years?
Suppose the ratio of carbon-14 to carbon-12 in a mummified cat is 63% of the corresponding ratio for living or?
How is the carbon-14 used in radiometric dating in fossils?
A fossil bone contains 1/128th as much carbon 14 as a living organism. How old is the fossil?...
What is the decay equation for carbon-14 to nitrogen-14?
If a fossilized leaf contains 60% of its normal amount of carbon-14, how old the fossil?
How does carbon-14 dating from other types of isotope dating?
Christians suppose that we found Noah's ark, could we use carbon 14 to date the age of the ark?
The half-life of carbon-14 is 5730 years. What percentage of carbon-14 remains in a sample after 7 half lives?
A relative says that carbon-14 dating of human fossils is flawed. How fossils dated?
Can someone tell me where I would find the information regarding Carbon 14 tests that have been run on fossils?
How do half-lives of tracers comp to the half lives of carbon-14?
CHEMMIS PROBLEM ON CARBON-14 CAN YOU HELP ME STEP BY STEP?
half life of carbon and beta emission, how old is this carbon-14 artifact?
Why is it not possible to determine the age of a dinosaur bone by the carbon-14 procedure?
Any dead material incorporated with sedimentary deposits is a possible candidate for carbon-14 dating because?
Do living organisms all have the same ratio of carbon-14 to stable carbon in their bodies? Why or why not?
An Egyptian mummy is found to contain 63 percent of the carbon 14 that it should. How old is this mummy?
How does carbon-14 become nitrogen-14 after radioactive decay?
A fossil contains 1/16 of the original amount of Carbon-14. How old is this fossil?
What would the carbon 14 dating results be?
The original m of a sample of carbon-14 is 256g. The half-life of carbon-14 is 5730 years. How much left?
Need help with a math carbon 14; decay and half life problem help me please ?
What is the rate of decay, in counts per minute per gram, of carbon-14 in the sample?
As atmospheric CO2 has doubled, has percentage of Carbon-14 halved?
The half-line of carbon 14 is 5,730years. How old is the wood?
Hypothetically, how would the flood of Noah's day affect Carbon 14 dating of dead plants and animals?
Why can rocks from the early Earth not be dated with the radioisotope carbon-14?
How did we determine the half-life of Carbon-14? Please explain in detail or refer me to where I can find out.
What is the age of the piece of wood in years ? carbon-14 decay rate?
How many protons and neutrons in a carbon 14 isotope?
how do you prevent dangers of carbon 14 and why is it still used dispite its hazards?
A compound is 86% carbon & 14% hydrogen. What is the empirical formula of the compound?
Myristic acid (Myristate) is a 14 carbon saturated fatty acid found in dairy products. How much ATP?
What is the age of the piece of wood in years ? The decay rate of carbon-14 in?
How is the amount of carbon-14 in an artifact related to it's age?
What is the number of protons in a carbon-14 nucleus before it decays?
A fossil is found to have a carbon-14 level of 69% compd to living organisms. How old is the fossil?
Carbon-14 dating cannot be used for nonliving materials or for materials that older than about 50 000 year?
A wooden bowl in a museum is subject to radiocarbon dating. The decay rate observed for carbon-14 content is 1?
carbon-14 decay rate of 7.43 counts per minute per gram. What is the age of the piece of wood in years ?
The amount of carbon-14 in an ancient bowl is one-half that in a new piece of wood. How old is the bowl?
Converting Carbon-14 Energy into power to operate a lightbulb?
A chemists determines that a sample of petrified wood has a carbon-14 decay rate of 6.50 counts per minute per?
If the half-life of carbon-14 is about 5730 years, then a fossil that has one-eighth the normal proportion ...
Is Carbon-14 dating used to determine the age of fossils?
How does carbon-14 dating provide the age of a dead animal or plant?
To find the age of plant and animal remains, we can sometimes comp the ratio of radioactive carbon-14 to?
A boat has a Carbon-14/Carbon-12 ratio that is 72.5% of that found in living organisms. How old is the boat?
Advantages and disadvantage of carbon 14?
What type of radiation is emitted when carbon-14 becomes nitrogen-14?
What really happens when an atom of carbon 14 releases a beta particle?
Why can Carbon-14 dating only be used for younger fossils?
Something strange regarding carbon 14 in the Great Pyramid
a wooden mask carbon-14 to carbon-12 ratio is one-fourth the ratio measured in?
Carbon 14 dating umes that the carbon dioxide on earth today has the same radioactive content ...
Carbon-14 decays by beta emission. What element is formed when carbon loses a beta particle?
how do we know the half life of carbon 14?
Carbon 14 could be used to radiometrically date Dinosaur bones:?
Why oil based pictures out of the carbon 14 dating system?
What does carbon 14 become if it loses 2 neutrons?
A wooden bowl in a museum is subject to radiocarbon dating. The decay rate observed for carbon-14 content is 1?
Carbon 14?
Why does atmospheric Carbon-14 increase during periods of low solar output?
What compounds would carbon-14 become part of in a leaf?
What the decay products of carbon-14, what their half lives?
how can carbon 14 dating provide age of dead plant or animal?
How do you find the age of an object using carbon-14 dating?
Why is it not possible to determine the age of a dinosaur bone by the carbon-14 procedure?
Carbon-14 dating is a technique which can provide accurate dates for artifacts and rocks.
How many electrons does it take to make a carbon-14 isotope a negatively charged ion?
The half life of carbon-14 is 5730 years...
Suppose the ratio of carbon-14 to carbon-12 in a mummified cat is 63% of the corresponding ratio for living or?
The half-life of carbon-14 is 5730 years. How much carbon-14 remains from the original 16 gram after 12,000 ye?
What two characteristics shd by materials which can be dated with Carbon 14?
Determine the amount of carbon-14 that the mummies have lost?
How is Carbon-14 used in dating fossils?
Why do people ignore carbon 14 dating about the Earth age?
Is the atomic size of Carbon-14 different than that of Carbon-12?
why is stratigraphy considered a relative dating technique, rather than an absolute technique like carbon-14?
The amount of carbon 14 remaining in a sample that originally contained A grams is given by?
CHEMMIS PROBLEM ON CARBON-14 CAN YOU HELP ME STEP BY STEP?
What's the difference between Carbon-12 & Carbon-14?
How many years does it take for 85% of Carbon 14 to decay? Related to half-life of Carbon 14?
how do the # of neutrons and protons in the nuclei of carbon-14 and nitrogen-14 differ?
Isotope 14 of carbon, what is it, and how does it works?
Converting Carbon-14 Energy into power to operate a lightbulb?
How do half-lives of tracers comp to the half lives of carbon-14?
A piece of wood has 1/3 of the carbon 14 it contained originally. How old is it?
The half-life of carbon-14 is 5730 years. How old is a bone fragment if the proportion of carbon-14 remaining?
What the steps in finding out how long ago was a person dead using Carbon-14 Dating?
Your response to RATE research finding Carbon 14 and Helium throughout the geologic column?
If the carbon-14 in a log halves approx every 5700 yrs?
Why does the carbon-14 concentration remain constant in a living organism?
Carbon-14 dating measures the ratio of carbon-14 not to its daughter, nitrogen-14, but instead to what isotope?
How does the isotope of carbon 14 differs from regular carbon?
Determine the age of a fossil if it had only one eighth of its original carbon 14 content remaining.
Calculating Carbon 14 and how old something is?
how do we know the half life of carbon 14?
supposedd a tree is discovered in which the ratio is of carbon 14 to carbon 12 is about 1/4 the ratio found in?
a piece of charcoal is found to contain 30% of the carbon 14 that it originally had.
How does carbon-14 dating work?
What was the method of finding the age of something before Carbon 14 was introduced?
Carbon-14 has a half-life of 5,730 years. If the age of an object older than 50,000 years cannot be determined?
Why is Carbon 14 useful for dating objects?
What initiates the process of beta decay that produces an anti-neutrino from Carbon 14?
Carbon-14 has a half-life of 5730 y. How much of a 144 g sample of carbon-14 will remain after 1719 years?
What is the rate of decay, in counts per minute per gram, of carbon-14 in the sample?
If a fossil of an animal was found that contain only 6.25% carbon-14 compd to a living organism,?
Carbon-14 has a half-life of approximately 5750 years. What is the annual rate of decay?
the half life of carbon-14 is 5730 years. How long does it take for 2.2 grams of carbon-14 to reduce to 0.6g?
What does carbon 14 become if it loses 2 neutrons?
The carbon-14 method can be used to determine the age of a ?
A leaf is found that contains 45% of the carbon-14 it originally had. Approximately how old is it?
Christians: carbon 14 dating water accuracy?
The half-life of carbon-14 is 5600 years. If charred logs from an old log cabin show only 71% of the carbon-14?
Myristic acid (Myristate) is a 14 carbon saturated fatty acid found in dairy products. How much ATP?
how could you use carbon-14 to determine the age of a fossil?
What fraction of the original carbon 14 is left after 100,000 years?
The carbon in a buried peat bed has about 6% of the carbon-14 of modern shells. What is age of the peat bed?
How does carbon 14 radioactive dating works?
a fossil was found to contain 12. 5 percent radioactive carbon 14 how old is the fossil?
What can scientists tell from the amount of carbon-14 in a human bone?
ratio of a carbon-14 to a carbon-12 in a parchment is 1/16th the atmospheric ratio how old is the parchment?
What type of particle is emitted when carbon-14 decays into nitrogen-14?
What initiates the process of beta decay that produces an anti-neutrino from Carbon 14?
The half life of carbon-14 is 5730 years....
What's the significance of carbon-14 dating and the year 1961?
Why is Carbon-14 useful in radioactive dating, but not as useful in nuclear medicine?
What type of particle is emitted when carbon-14 decays into nitrogen-14?
carbon-14 decay rate of 7.43 counts per minute per gram. What is the age of the piece of wood in years ?
The radioactive element carbon-14 has a half-life of 5750 years. How old is a skeleton that has lost 54% of it
how is carbon 14 used in Relitve Dating?
What particle would be produced in the nuclear decay of carbon-14?
Can carbon-14 dating be used to measure the age of stone walls and tablets of ancient civilizations?
A wooden artifact from a tomb conains 55% of carbon-14. How long ago was the artifact made?
The original m of a sample of carbon-14 is 256g. The half-life of carbon-14 is 5730 years. How much left?
Will all of carbon 14 in nature eventually disappear?
Is it true that many Christians opposed to the use of Carbon-14 when dating?
what is the 14 in Carbon 14 Dating?
What is the estimated age of an artifact that has 1/16 of the amount of carbon-14 ?
What does Carbon 14 become through the process of Alpha Decay?
How many protons and neutrons in a carbon 14 isotope?
Need help with a math carbon 14; decay and half life problem help me please ?
How would a scientist use a radioactive isotope such as carbon-14 to date materials?
How do scientists determine the age of once-living organisms when using Carbon-14?
How is carbon-14 dating calculated?
A fossil was yzed and determined to have a carbon-14 level that is 44.0 % that of living organisms.
Why is Carbon 14 useful only for younger rocks?
supposedd a tree is discovered in which the ratio is of carbon 14 to carbon 12 is about 1/4 the ratio found in?
Charcoal found under a Stonehenge, England, has a carbon-14 activity that is .60 that of new wood.
How many protons and neutrons in a carbon 14 isotope?
A fossil was yzed and determined to have a carbon-14 level that is 44.0 % that of living organisms.
A bone sample has one fourth the carbon-14 that would be in a new bone The half life of carbon14 is 5730 years
A compound is 86% carbon & 14% hydrogen. What is the empirical formula of the compound?
How much energy would be released if 14 grams of carbon-14 decays by beta emission to produce nitrogen-14?
what is a balanced nuclear equation for carbon-14 and hydrogen from nitrogen-14 and a neutron...
A wooden artifact from a tomb conains 55% of carbon-14. How long ago was the artifact made?
Radioactive carbon-14 decays according to the equation Q(t)=Ae^-0.000121t where t is the time in years and A ?
The radioactive isotope Carbon 14 decays continuously with a half-life of 5715 years. (cont below)?
A wooden artifact from a tomb conains 55% of carbon-14. How long ago was the artifact made?
The half-line of carbon 14 is 5,730years. How old is the wood?
an artifact is found to have about 12.5& carbon-14 radioactivity of living carbon-containing material approxim?
Why do creationists latch onto Carbon-14 dating as being not accurate?
Given that the half life of carbon-14 is 5730,consider a sample of fossilized wood that when alive.
Cairns (1963) used Carbon-14 to identify the circular nature of the bacterial chromosome?
How would you synthesize a cyclotetrahexane (14 carbon ring)?
Why can’t Carbon-14 be used to date rocks or fossils that a million years old?
the half life of carbon-14 is 5730 years. How long does it take for 2.2 grams of carbon-14 to reduce to 0.6g?
Carbon - 14, the radioactive nuclide used in dating fossils has _____ nuetrons?
Carbon-14 has a half-life of 5730 y. How much of a 144 g sample of carbon-14 will remain after 1719 years?
The decay process of Carbon-14 has been used for what?
carbon-14 has a half life of 5730...how old is this substance?
What type of particle is emitted when carbon-14 decays into nitrogen-14?
What is the difference in proton number between a carbon-12 and a carbon-14 atom?
A chemists determines that a sample of petrified wood has a carbon-14 decay rate of 6.50 counts per minute per?
the carbon in a buried peat has about 6% of the carbon 14 of modern shells. what is the age of the peat?
What type of nuclear radiation is emitted when carbon-14 decay?
Are new scientific finds in Carbon 14 dating now supporting an earth of thousands rather than millions?
Is it true that many Christians opposed to the use of Carbon-14 when dating?
Can someone please explain carbon-14 dating to me?
What is the daughter element of carbon-14?
Carbon 14 has half life of 5600 years, calculate decay constant?
What happens if you don't get enough carbon 14?
What do the '238' in "uranium-238" and the '14' in "carbon-14" mean?
The half-life of carbon 14 (14C) is 5730 years, what does this mean?
if 77% of carbon 14 is left on a painted cloth when was the cloth originally painted?
i know carbon -14 has a half-life of 5730 years, but how long does each atom take to decay?
how to know age of certain archeological artifacts of a biological origin other than using carbon-14?
What amount of C-14 remains if two half-lives of carbon-14 have ped?
The half-life of carbon-14 is 5600 years. If charred logs from an old log cabin show only 71% of the carbon-14?
The carbon in a buried peat has about 6% of the carbon 14 of modern shells. what is the age of the peat?
Carbon-14 dating cannot be used for nonliving materials or for materials that older than about 50 000 year?
What is the difference between carbon-12 and carbon-14?
The half-life of carbon-14 is 5700 years. A fossil was found to contain only 82% of its orginal 20 grams of...
If the half-life of carbon 14 is 5600 years, approximately how long ago did the man die?
A wooden artifact from a tomb conains 55% of carbon-14. How long ago was the artifact made?
What's the significance of carbon-14 dating and the year 1961?
What really happens when an atom of carbon 14 releases a beta particle?
when carbon -14 decays and emits beta particles what is the atomic MASSof the new necleus?
Why is it not possible to determine the age of a dinosaur bone by the carbon-14 procedure?
What is the difference between carbon-12 and carbon-14?
Carbon 14 dating and the atmosphere?
Why is Carbon-14 used for carbon dating instead of other radioactive isotopes?
Carbon-14 in a fossil is determined to have decayed 98% into Nitrogen-14. This sample has been decaying for?
How long has a body been dead if it only has 3,000 carbon 14 atoms?
the amount of carbon-14 present in animal bones after t years is given by y=y(not) * e^(-.00012t)?
How does carbon-14 dating, determine the age of petrified wood?
Physics: Suppose that you measure the intensity of radiation from carbon-14 in an ancient piece of wood?
The proportion of carbon 14 still present in a sample after t years is e–0.00012t.
How old is a fossil that has lost 73% of the original Carbon-14 remaining?
What is the rate of decay, in counts per minute per gram, of carbon-14 in the sample?
Why is Carbon-14 used for carbon dating instead of other radioactive isotopes?
how to use carbon-14 dating to find age?
Carbon-14 dating is only accurate for samples less than 4.0 x 10^4 years old. If a sample initially contains ?
What would be the ATP yield for palmitate; a 14 carbon fatty acid? Saturated; even numbered fatty acid -Proces?
A fossil contains 1/16 of the original amount of Carbon-14. How old is this fossil?
Can carbon 14 be useful in dating lava flows?
Other than carbon 14, what other ways there to test for something that needs to be dated?
Why is Carbon-14 useful in radioactive dating, but not as useful in nuclear medicine?
Does anyone know the significance of seven half lives to carbon 14 dating of fossils? See Gingy Lawlz's?
What is the half-life of Carbon-14?
Please help me to answer this question about Carbon-14?
Why is carbon-14 dating not accurate for estimating the age of materials more than 50,000 years old?
the carbon in a buried peat has about 6% of the carbon 14 of modern shells. what is the age of the peat?
How much energy (in MeV) is released if carbon-14...
What fundamental umption has been made in the use of carbon-14 for dating purposes?
Carbon dating is possible because plants absorb radioactive carbon-14 during?
What is the rate of decay, in counts per minute per gram, of carbon-14 in the sample?
If a plant has 40% of its original Carbon-14 and carbon-14 has a half life of 5,568 years?
Carbon 14 dating umes that the carbon dioxide on earth today has the same radioactive content ...
Charcoal found under a Stonehenge, England, has a carbon-14 activity that is .60 that of new wood.
How extensive is our carbon-14 from our sun that is contributing enormously to climate change on earth?
What can scientists tell from the amount of carbon-14 in a human bone?
What percent of carbon-14 remains after 652 years?
Please help me to answer this question about Carbon-14?
if 77% of carbon 14 is left on a painted cloth when was the cloth originally painted?
A fossilized leaf contains 12% of its normal amount of carbon 14. How old is the fossil (to the nest year)?
The most common isotope of carbon is carbon-12. It had 6 protons and 6 neutrons. How is the isotope carbon-14?
Is there any danger to the scientist that is carbon-14 dating something?
How many years old is a fossilized tree if it contains 25% of its original carbon-14?
How many valence electrons does carbon-14 have?
An isotope of carbon-14 has how many protons,neutrons,and electrons?
if there 8 nuetrons in carbon-14 how could the atomic number of carbon-14 be determend?
How is the amount of carbon-14 in tree rings is linked to solar activity?
How extensive is our carbon-14 from our sun that is contributing enormously to climate change on earth?
What arguments supporting the accuracy of the carbon-14 dating method?
What journal citations can YEC Christians cite as evidence that Carbon 14 & other dating methods flawed?
A wooden artifact from an anicent tomb contains 68% of the carbon-14 that is present in living trees. How lon?
How does carbon-14 dating, determine the age of petrified wood?
Your response to RATE research finding Carbon 14 and Helium throughout the geologic column?
Can carbon-14 dating be used to measure the age of stone walls and tablets of ancient civilizations?
A bone is found in which the amount of active carbon-14 is 1/8th the amount of a fresh sample..
Why do people ignore carbon 14 dating about the earth?
Why is carbon-14 dating not used for dating dinosaur bones/fossils?
if 77% of carbon 14 is left on a painted cloth when was the cloth originally painted?
A wooden artifact from an ancient tomb contains 65% of the Carbon-14 that is present in the living trees.
Which of these could be dated you using carbon 14 dating: ashes from a fire or glacial deposits?
How many protons nuetrons and electrons in carbon -14 and why?
If the ratio of carbon-14 to carbon-12 in a piece of bone is only one-eighth of the atmospheric ratio, how old?
whats does carbon 14 and strontium 90 do to the human body?
How do I calculate the atomic volume of carbon dioxide? I know that the atomic volume of oxygen is 14 and the?
How does carbon-14 dating from other types of isotope dating?
Why does an ancient cotton garment contain less Carbon 14 than a piece of cotton made last year?
Has the ratio of carbon dioxide made of carbon 14 to carbon dioxide made of carbon 12 always been the same?
How much energy would be released if 14 grams of carbon-14 decays by beta emission to produce nitrogen-14?
How old is the sample of Carbon-14?
How much energy (in MeV) is released if carbon-14...
A fossil is found to have a carbon-14 level of 69% compd to living organisms. How old is the fossil?
Can someone tell me where I would find the information regarding Carbon 14 tests that have been run on fossils?
The radioactive element carbon-14 has a half-life of 5750 years. How old is a skeleton that has lost 54% of it
why is stratigraphy considered a relative dating technique, rather than an absolute technique like carbon-14?
The age of the Dead Sea Scrolls was determined by carbon-14 data.
Is Carbon-14 dating used to determine the age of fossils?
What type of radiation is emitted when carbon-14 becomes nitrogen-14?
Determine the amount of carbon-14 that the mummies have lost?
Is radiometric and carbon 14 dating accurate?
How many protons nuetrons and electrons in carbon -14 and why?
How old these bones (calculate using carbon-14 dating)?
Can carbon-14 be used for objects older than 50 million years?
Please help me to answer this question about Carbon-14?
How can the amount of carbon-14 in a piece of wood be used to determine when the tree died?
Your response to RATE research finding Carbon 14 and Helium throughout the geologic column?
How is carbon dating used on dinosaurs if the half life of Carbon-14 is 5730 years?
Isotope 14 of carbon, what is it, and how does it works?
How many years old is a fossilized tree if it contains 25% of its original carbon-14?
where can i get something carbon 14 dated and how much would that cost me?
Carbon - 14 is radioactive. How can this isotope be used to date archaeological finds?
Why cant scientists use Carbon 14 to determine the age of igneous rocks?
The half-life of carbon-14, a beta emitter, is 5730 years. Estimate the age of the artifact.
What would be the ATP yield for palmitate; a 14 carbon fatty acid? Saturated; even numbered fatty acid -Proces?
What is the daughter element of carbon-14?
How does carbon-14 dating work?
Carbon 14 has a half life of 5730 years. How much of a 25 gram sample remains after 22920 years?
what is the basic difference between carbon 12 carbon 13 and carbon 14?
how is carbon 14 used in Relitve Dating?
Which statement about carbon-14 is not correct?
How old would a fossil be if it had only one eighth of its original carbon-14 content remaining?
Why is Carbon 14 useful only for younger rocks?
Carbon-14?
Can there be a change in Carbon 14?
How do you find the age of an object using carbon-14 dating?
Can carbon-14 dating be tampered with?
what fraction of carbon 14 would an object have if it was 2000 years old?
Is the atomic size of Carbon-14 different than that of Carbon-12?
Why does atmospheric Carbon-14 increase during periods of low solar output?
What happend when 2 isotopes of carbon (carbon 12 and carbon 14) behave differently?
Is it possible that the ammount of carbon 14 in the world has varied?
How come Creationists don't know that fossils n't dated with carbon 14?
In carbon-14 dating, how can one determine how much carbon-14 was originally in the sample?
How long does it take for half of the carbon 14 in a sample to decay into nitrogen 14?
Can carbon 14 be used in dating organic substances from the Precambrian era?
Why is carbon-14 dating not used for dating dinosaur bones/fossils?
What type of particle is emitted when carbon-14 decays into nitrogen-14?
Why can't scientists use carbon-14 to determine the age of an igneous rock?
What happend when 2 isotopes of carbon (carbon 12 and carbon 14) behave differently?
What is the name of the instrument used to measure relitave amounts of carbon 14 in an item?
What caused the cosmic ray impacts on the Earth that maintained the carbon-14 isotope's presence?
The half-line of carbon 14 is 5,730years. How old is the wood?
The half-life of carbon 14 (14C) is 5730 years, what does this mean?
How does carbon-14 dating from other types of isotope dating?
How much 'wiggle room' does carbon 12 or 14 dating give in its estimates?
The amount of carbon 14 remaining in a sample that originally contained A grams is given by?
How is carbon-14 dating calculated?
for which of the following problem would a scientist most likely use carbon - 14?
How many protons and neutrons in a carbon 14 isotope?
How is the carbon-14 used in radiometric dating in fossils?
The half life of a carbon-14 is 5600 years.
Have dinosaur bones been Carbon-14 dated and what the results?
A fossil is found to have a carbon-14 level of 69% compd to living organisms. How old is the fossil?
what fraction of carbon 14 would an object have if it was 2000 years old?
What fundamental umption has been made in the use of carbon-14 for dating purposes?
How is the carbon-14 used in radiometric dating in fossils?
is carbon 14 suitable isotope for dating events in the Pliocen epoch?
how do you prevent dangers of carbon 14 and why is it still used dispite its hazards?
Isotope 14 of carbon, what is it, and how does it works?
What amount of C-14 remains if two half-lives of carbon-14 have ped?
carbon-14 which is present in all living tissue, radioactivity decays via a first order process. A one-gram?
Your response to RATE research finding Carbon 14 and Helium throughout the geologic column?
Why the trend that whenever questions posted about fossils, Young Earth Creationist want to talk Carbon-14?
The basis for the carbon-14 dating method is that?
what is the half life for carbon 14?
How does carbon-14 become nitrogen-14 after radioactive decay?
The amount of carbon-14 remaining in a sample of bone is 20% of the original amount umed to be present.
What is the daughter element of carbon-14?
An archaeologist determines that the ration of carbon 14 to carbon 12 of an ancient fragment of paper is 1/2 t?
What the uses of radioisotopes in carbon 14 dating?
if a substance containing carbon 14 went through 2 half lives, how old would it be?
The half-life of carbon-14 is 5730 years. How much carbon-14 remains from the original 16 gram after 12,000 ye?
How do scientists use the data of carbon-14 decay for aging artifacts?
How does carbon-14 dating from other types of isotope dating?
Tell which of the following is true of carbon-12 and carbon-14?
The burial cloth of an Egyptian mummy is estimated to contain 59% of the carbon-14 it contained originally.
How do they know the original amount of carbon 14.
Can carbon 14 be useful in dating lava flows?
The carbon-14 method can be used to determine the age of a ?
What is the Carbon -14 and what is its use?
A wooden artifact from an anicent tomb contains 68% of the carbon-14 that is present in living trees. How lon?
If the half-life of carbon 14 is 5600 years, approximately how long ago did the man die?
How much 'wiggle room' does carbon 12 or 14 dating give in its estimates?
how to know age of certain archeological artifacts of a biological origin other than using carbon-14?
How is the amount of carbon-14 in an artifact related to it's age?
how many electrons there in carbon 14?
What element does carbon-14 become after undergoing beta decay?
how could you use carbon-14 to determine the age of a fossil?
Myristic acid (Myristate) is a 14 carbon saturated fatty acid found in dairy products. How much ATP?
Any dead material incorporated with sedimentary deposits is a possible candidate for carbon-14 dating because?
Suppose the ratio of carbon-14 to carbon-12 in a mummified cat is 63% of the corresponding ratio for living or?
What is the age of the piece of wood in years ? carbon-14 decay rate?
Carbon-14?
How long has a body been dead if it only has 3,000 carbon 14 atoms?
How do you find half-life of an element like carbon-14?
What fraction of Carbon-14 sample will be left after 57,600 years?
What is the Carbon -14 and what is its use?
To find the age of plant and animal remains, we can sometimes comp the ratio of radioactive carbon-14 to?
What is the age of the piece of wood in years ? carbon-14 decay rate?
Explain how scientists might try to validate the scientific use of carbon-14 in dating.
when carbon 14 decays into nitrogen 14, where does the neutron come from?
What initiates the process of beta decay that produces an anti-neutrino from Carbon 14?
Is radiometric and carbon 14 dating accurate?
What is the number of protons in a carbon-14 nucleus before it decays?
Carbon 14 has a half life of 5730 years. How much of a 25 gram sample remains after 22920 years?
What is a nuclear equation for the decay of carbon-14.
A relative says that carbon-14 dating of human fossils is flawed. How fossils dated?
What particle would be produced in the nuclear decay of carbon-14?
What is the daughter element of carbon-14?
why cant scientist use carbon 14 to determine an age of an igneous rock?
How do you solve this? Has to do with carbon 14 half life?
can someone answer this question about this carbon-14 half life?
If a fossilized leaf contains 60% of its normal amount of carbon-14, how old the fossil?
where can i get something carbon 14 dated and how much would that cost me?
A sample of carbon from the Lascaux cave in France contained 12% of the original fraction carbon-14.....
List a range of items that can be dated using the isotope carbon-14? what do these items have in common?
Carbon-14?
Carbon-14 dating is used to date a bone found at an archaeological excavation. If the ratio of C-14 to C-12 at?
What fraction of Carbon-14 sample will be left after 57,600 years?
Help, I need a basic carbon-14 dating formula?
The amount of carbon- 14 still present in a sample after t years is given by the function?
A bone sample has one fourth the carbon-14 that would be in a new bone The half life of carbon14 is 5730 years
Is it True that God will Send a Plague of Carbon-14 Expert Gap Salesgirls to defeat Hamas?
What is the rate of decay, in counts per minute per gram, of carbon-14 in the sample?
What does Carbon 14 become through the process of Alpha Decay?
carbon-14 can be used to find the age of obejects up to how old?
Radiocarbon/Carbon-14 dating: How does it work, and why?
A boat has a Carbon-14/Carbon-12 ratio that is 72.5% of that found in living organisms. How old is the boat?
Advantages and disadvantage of carbon 14?
how many electrons there in carbon 14?
How does Carbon-14 get into the atmosphere?
A chemists determines that a sample of petrified wood has a carbon-14 decay rate of 6.50 counts per minute per?
carbon-14 can be used to find the age of obejects up to how old?
Carbon-14 dating is a technique which can provide accurate dates for artifacts and rocks.
A painting that was found contained 15% of the original carbon 14. Estimate the age of the painting?
How many electrons would be needed to make the carbon-14 isotope a negatively charged atom?
The half-life of carbon-14, a beta emitter, is 5730 years. Estimate the age of the artifact.
How old is the sample of Carbon-14?
How does Carbon-14 get into the atmosphere?
Can carbon 14 be used for dating lava flows?
how is carbon-14 changed into nitrogen-14?
What do the '238' in "uranium-238" and the '14' in "carbon-14" mean?
Is it True that God will Send a Plague of Carbon-14 Expert Gap Salesgirls to defeat Hamas?
How does Carbon-14 decay into Nitrogen-14?
chemistry: A fossil was yzed and determined to have a carbon-14 level that is 25% that of living organism?
if a substance containing carbon 14 went through 2 half lives, how old would it be?
Explain how scientists might try to validate the scientific use of carbon-14 in dating.
Can carbon 14 be used in dating organic substances from the Precambrian era?
a fossil was found to contain 12. 5 percent radioactive carbon 14 how old is the fossil?
How is carbon-14 produced, and where does it exist naturally?
How many protons, neutrons, and electrons in Carbon -14?
Explain how scientists might try to validate the scientific use of carbon-14 in dating.
Carbon-14 decays by beta emission. What element is formed when carbon loses a beta particle?
Carbon-14 dating of fossil-bearing rocks is based on the time...
If potium-40 and carbon-14 were not present in biology, would humans age slower or not age at all?
How does carbon 14 dating work? is it accuarate?
If the half-life of carbon-14 is about 5730 years, then a fossil that has one-eighth the normal proportion ...
Is Carbon-14 dating used to determine the age of fossils?
The half-life of carbon-14 is 5700 years. Find the age to the nest year of a sample in which 39% of...
What arguments supporting the accuracy of the carbon-14 dating method?
How do they know that carbon 14 has a life span of 5,730 years?
Carbon 14 decays w/ a half life of 5730 years. If the amount of Carbon 14 is measured in a piece of wood......
Carbon-14 decay into Nitrogen-14 - where does the 7th electron come from?
The burial cloth of an Egyptian mummy is estimated to contain 59% of the carbon-14 it contained originally.
Can Carbon 14 be used for dating lava flow?
Carbon-14 decays by beta emission. What element is formed when carbon loses a beta particle?
The basis for the carbon-14 dating method is that?
How does carbon 14 dating work? is it accuarate?
What compounds would carbon-14 become part of in a leaf?
How would a scientist use a radioactive isotope such as carbon-14 to date materials?
How old is the Carbon-14 with 77% original dye cloth remaining?
What is Carbon 14 Atomic M Number and What is Carbon 12 Atomic M Number?
Does anyone know the significance of seven half lives to carbon 14 dating of fossils? See Gingy Lawlz's?
How is the amount of carbon-14 in tree rings is linked to solar activity?
where can I take my very very old oil painting to be C-14 tested or carbon dated? Thank you?
Can you please state the limitations in using carbon-14 to date artefacts?
How does carbon-14 dating work?
Can someone tell me where I would find the information regarding Carbon 14 tests that have been run on fossils?
the half-life of carbon-14 is 5715years. if an animal bone contains 20 grams of carbon-14 when the animal dies?
In carbon-14 dating, how can one determine how much carbon-14 was originally in the sample?
Is Carbon-14 dating used to determine the age of fossils?
What is the natural abundance of carbon 14. I am not sure can someone help. I need it in decimal format. Thxs?
Why do people ignore carbon 14 dating about the earth?
The half-life of radioactive carbon-14 is 5700 years. In 11,400 years, how much carbon-14 remains?
Carbon-14 dating is only accurate for samples less than 4.0 x 10^4 years old. If a sample initially contains ?
Which plants have the abilities to exclude significant proportions of the Carbon 14 in their intake?
There three forms of carbon atoms, Carbon-12, Carbon-13, and carbon-14. The only difference between these?
How is the amount of carbon-14 in tree rings is linked to solar activity?
CHEMMIS PROBLEM ON CARBON-14 CAN YOU HELP ME STEP BY STEP?
What is the nuclear equation for the decay of carbon-14?
Why do creationists latch onto Carbon-14 dating as being not accurate?
List a range of items that can be dated using the isotope carbon-14? what do these items have in common?
How many protons and neutrons in a carbon 14 isotope?
Why can't scientists use carbon-14 to determine the age of an igneous rock?
Why do you ignore this fact concerning the carbon-12 to carbon-14 ratio?
what is carbon 14 how it affect period, and sign dating??
what is a balanced nuclear equation for carbon-14 and hydrogen from nitrogen-14 and a neutron...
What is the estimated age of an artifact that has 1/16 of the amount of carbon-14 ?
carbon-14 decay rate of 7.43 counts per minute per gram. What is the age of the piece of wood in years ?
Why do you ignore this fact concerning the carbon-12 to carbon-14 ratio?
What journal citations can YEC Christians cite as evidence that Carbon 14 & other dating methods flawed?
What is Carbon 14 Atomic M Number and What is Carbon 12 Atomic M Number?
The half-life of carbon-14 is 5730 years. help?
How Carbon -12 and Carbon -14 the same?
What is the number of protons in a carbon-14 nucleus before it decays?
does the carbon-14 dating method, only go back 30,000 years?
Suppose the ratio of carbon-14 to carbon-12 in a mummified cat is 63% of the corresponding ratio for living or?
An archaeologist determines that the ration of carbon 14 to carbon 12 of an ancient fragment of paper is 1/2 t?
How do they know that carbon 14 has a life span of 5,730 years?
What is it about carbon-12, carbon-13, carbon-14 that makes them all carbon?
How do YEC Christians explain why "flawed" Carbon 14 dating nevertheless tends to agree with other dating.....
Carbon 14 has half life of 5600 years, calculate decay constant?
Is there any danger to the scientist that is carbon-14 dating something?
how much carbon 14 would be left in a fossil that is 22,860 years old?
How many electrons does it take to make a carbon-14 isotope a negatively charged ion?
carbon-14 decay rate of 7.43 counts per minute per gram. What is the age of the piece of wood in years ?
Radiocarbon/Carbon-14 dating: How does it work, and why?
for which of the following problem would a scientist most likely use carbon - 14?
The isotope, carbon - 14 has 6 protons. How many neutrons found in its nucleus?
Carbon-14 has a half life of 5730 years and decays by beta?
What is the decay equation for carbon-14 to nitrogen-14?
what is the decay constant of a carbon 14 that decays by beta emissions in 12 hours?
Christians: carbon 14 dating water accuracy?
How does carbon-14 isotope differs from regular carbon figure into the average atomic m of carbon?
What happens if you don't get enough carbon 14?
What is the half-life of Carbon-14?
carbon-14 has a half life of 5600 years. how much amount of c-14 is currently present in a fossil sample which?
ratio of a carbon-14 to a carbon-12 in a parchment is 1/16th the atmospheric ratio how old is the parchment?
Is it possible that the ammount of carbon 14 in the world has varied?
How to calculate the amount of Carbon-14 that has not decayed after 5730 years? READ DESCRIPTION?
How does the isotope of carbon 14 differs from regular carbon?
How is Carbon-14 used in dating fossils?
What is the approximate upper limit for dating an artefact with the Carbon-14 radioactive dating technique?
How is carbon dating used on dinosaurs if the half life of Carbon-14 is 5730 years?
What would the carbon 14 dating results be?
If a sample of carbon-14 initially contains 1.9 mmol of carbon-14, how many millimoles will be left after 22?
suppose carbon 14 decay by beta emission and after +12.0 h, ninety percent of the radioactive substances remai?
What two characteristics shd by materials which can be dated with Carbon 14?
Carbon-14 has a half life of 5730 years and decays by beta?
how do the # of neutrons and protons in the nuclei of carbon-14 and nitrogen-14 differ?
Chemistry help! carbon 14 dating with 50 percent new wood?
What fraction of the original carbon 14 is left after 100,000 years?
When a tree was buried in a swamp, it contained 600 mg of carbon-14.The half-life of carbon-14 is 5,370 years?
An ancient tree is found which has a carbon 14 disintegration rate of 13.2 units. If the disintergration rate?
How to calculate the amount of Carbon-14 that has not decayed after 5730 years? READ DESCRIPTION?
Why can rocks from the early Earth not be dated with the radioisotope carbon-14?
whats does carbon 14 and strontium 90 do to the human body?
Which plants have the abilities to exclude significant proportions of the Carbon 14 in their intake?
How many years does it take for 85% of Carbon 14 to decay? Related to half-life of Carbon 14?
HALF LIFE MATH HELP? A wooden artifact from an ancient tomb contains 35 percent of the carbon-14 that?
how could you use carbon-14 to determine the age of a fossil?
what is a balanced nuclear equation for carbon-14 and hydrogen from nitrogen-14 and a neutron...
How do scientists use the data of carbon-14 decay for aging artifacts?
once a living organism dies the amount of carbon -14 cannot be repleced true/false?