Radiometric Dating

Radiometric dating was invented in 1905 by Ernest Rutherford.

The methods of radiometric dating are:

Argon-argon dating (Ar-Ar) was invented by Grenville Turner in the 1960’s (?).

Beryllium (Surface exporsure?) dating (10Be–9Be)

Chlorine-36 dating

Fission track dating

Iodine-xenon dating (I-Xe)

Krypton-krypton dating (Kr-Kr)

Lanthanum-barium dating (La-Ba)

Lead-lead dating (Pb-Pb)

Luminescence dating

Lutetium-hafnium dating (Lu-Hf)

Potassium-argon dating (K-Ar) was invented in the 1920’s and 1930’s.[1]

Potassium-calcium dating (K-Ca)

Radiocarbon dating was invented by Willard Libby in 1946.

Rhenium-osmium dating (Re-Os)

Rubidium-strontium dating was invented in the 1930’s and 1940’s.[2]

Samarium-neodymium dating

Uranium-lead dating

Uranium-thorium dating

Uranium-uranium dating (U-U)

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[1] –,4%20of%20the%20total%20K.. Accessed 29 August 2020.

[2] –,identified%20as%20the%20relevant%20radioisotope.&text=Otto%20Hahn%2C%20with%20E.,made%20by%20Hahn%20et%20al.. Accessed 29 August 2020.

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