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heatherB10

  • one year ago

n your own words, explain how the radioactive decay of carbon is useful to scientists?

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  1. heatherB10
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    @nubeer can you help me out? :)

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    @whpalmer4 do you know?

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    @muhammad9t5 do you know this? (:

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    You can use the radioactive decay of carbon to date things, and you can use it as a tracer of biological processes.

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    please have a look at http://www.windows2universe.org/physical_science/physics/atom_particle/radioactive_decay.html and then post if you still need help.

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