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7-Isotopiacage - Instruction View animations in the Slide...

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Instruction: View animations in the Slide Show mode of display. Read the explanatory notes in the Normal View mode of display.
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Telling Geologic Time Early hourglass methods The radioactivity clock properties of radioactivity daughter growth and parent decay Isotopic ages Useful parent-daughter pairs
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Telling Geologic Time Early hourglass methods The radioactivity clock properties of radioactivity daughter growth and parent decay Isotopic ages Useful parent-daughter pairs
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The ocean reservoir: salt in the ocean rate of salt addition = grams grams/year = years = 1.24 x 10 17 grams 1.39 x 10 9 grams/year =
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Telling Geologic Time Early hourglass methods The radioactivity clock properties of radioactivity daughter growth and parent decay Isotopic ages Useful parent-daughter pairs
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A chemical element is defined by the number of protons in the nucleus. By definition, hydrogen has 1 proton, helium has 2 protons, and so on through the periodic table of the elements.
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