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Seoul National University Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (SNU-AMS) Radiocarbon Date List I

  • J C Kim (a1), M Y Youn (a1), I C Kim (a1), J H Park (a1), Y M Song (a1), J Kang (a1) and M K Cheoun (a2)...

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The accelerator mass spectrometry facility at Seoul National University (SNU-AMS) began functioning in December 1998 and was first reported at the Vienna AMS conference in October 1999 and at the 17th International Radiocarbon Conference in Israel in June 2000. At the Vienna conference, we reported our accelerator system (Kim et al. 2000) and details of the basic sample preparation system (Lee et al. 2000), such as the combustion line to produce CO2; the catalytic reduction line for the graphitization of CO2; and the pretreatment procedures for wood, charcoal, and peat samples. The recent progress of the AMS facility (Kim et al. 2001) and the extension of the sample pretreatment system to iron and bone samples were reported at the 17th International Radiocarbon Conference (Cheoun et al. 2001). In the meantime, extensive testing of accuracy and reproducibility has been carried out, and ∼1000 unknown archaeological and geological samples have been measured every year. In this report, the archaeological, geological, and environmental data carried out in 1999 are presented in terms of yr BP.

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Cheoun, MK, Kim, JC, Kim, IC, Park, JH, Kang, J. 2001. Pretreatment of iron artifacts at SNU-AMS. Radiocarbon 43(2):217–9.
Kim, JC, Lee, CH, Kim, IC, Park, JH, Kang, J, Cheoun, MK, Kim, YD, Moon, CB. 2000. A new AMS facility in Korea. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 172:13–7.
Kim, JC, Kim, IC, Park, JH, Kang, J, Cheoun, MK. 2001. Progress of the SNU-AMS facility. Radiocarbon 43(2):163–7.
Lee, C, Kim, JC, Park, JH, Kim, IC, Kang, J, Cheoun, MK, Choi, SY, Kim, YD, Moon, CB. 2000. Progress in sample preparation system for the Seoul National University AMS facility. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 172:454–7.
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