anonymous
  • anonymous
How is Chemistry related to Carbon Dating?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Check this out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbon_dating#Physical_and_chemical_background
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh this will help THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! I am in basic college chem and this class is kicking me! Harder than I thought. I am doing a paper/presentation on carbon dating and want to do well. We can't use any source of WIKI but it will be a good start. THANKS AGAIN
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, post it in the right section for one, knocking that sarcasm off would really do you some good.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey guys. Let's calm down here, k? 1) Arcticf0x, I don't think babynoah20 was meaning to be sarcastic. I actually didn't read it as that, so be aware of that. 2) babynoah, if you aren't sure what subject to put it in, a general good rule of thumb is to post it in the subject closest to your class title. Since you are in college chemistry, post it in the chem group. Also, carbon dating isn't physics, it goes under chem and bio. For the record. Also, please don't call other users "asses," though I understand your reaction.
anonymous
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I am now closing this question. Babynoah, if you have any questions about chem in the future, please post them in the chem group. Thanks!

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