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Accelerator Radiocarbon Measurements of Artistic Artifacts

  • D. J. Donahue (a1), A. J. T. Jull (a1), L. J. Toolin (a1), J. Barnhill (a1) and T. Lange (a1)...

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The use of a particle accelerator to measure the 14C content of carbon-containing materials is briefly described. The application of the method to the determination of the age of some artistic artifacts is discussed.

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Accelerator Radiocarbon Measurements of Artistic Artifacts

  • D. J. Donahue (a1), A. J. T. Jull (a1), L. J. Toolin (a1), J. Barnhill (a1) and T. Lange (a1)...

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