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Florida State University Radiocarbon Dates I

  • J. J. Stipp (a1), G. A. Knauer (a1) and H. G. Goodell (a1)

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Laboratory construction was begun in December 1964 and routine dating was in progress by late February 1965. The primary purpose of this facility is to assist in marine geological studies and the archaeological chronologies of the region. Dating is carried out by utilizing the techniques of liquid scintillation described by Noakes et al. (1965), wherein the carbon of the sample to be dated is converted to benzene and the natural radioactivity detected in a liquid scintillation spectrometer.

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Present address: Department of Geophysics and Geochemistry, Australian National University, Canberra, A.C.T. Australia.

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Texas I Stipp et al., 1962

Texas II Tamers et al., 1964

Texas A&M I Noakes et al., 1964

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Florida State University Radiocarbon Dates I

  • J. J. Stipp (a1), G. A. Knauer (a1) and H. G. Goodell (a1)

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