Definition of Carbon 14
1. Noun. A radioactive isotope of carbon.
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Literary usage of Carbon 14
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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"Table I. Distribution of Carbon-14 Activity in Phenol Obtained from Hydrolysis of ... This phenol was then degraded to determine the percentage of carbon-14 ..."
2. Rural Chemistry: An Elementary Introduction to the Study of the Science in by Edward Solly (1850)
"... or 3 equiv. oxygen, and 3 equiv. hydrogen, and so becomes 1 equiv. of grape sugar, containing 12 equiv. carbon, 14 equiv. oxygen, 14 equiv. hydrogen. ..."
3. Effects of the Eruptions of Mount St. Helens on Physical, Chemical, and by Douglas B. Lee (1998)
"... exposed to particulate ash and ash filtrate in laboratory experiments using carbon-14-labeled sodium bicarbonate to measure rates of carbon fixation. ..."
4. Arsenic by Assembly Of Life Sciences, National Academies Press, Assembly of Life Sciences (U.S.), National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) (1977)
"With [14C]MSMA, Sachs and Michael found that about 40% of the carbon-14 and arsenic recovered was bound to another molecule to form a ninhydrin-positive ..."
5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"The Holocene oolites crop out at the seaward side of a coastal terrace, while the oolitic rocks from the inland side give a straightforward carbon-14 age of ..."
6. Ancient Magan: The Secrets of Tell Abraq by Daniel T. Potts (2000)
"All organic matter contains carbon-14 (variously written 14C, ... This means that in 5730 years the carbon-14 concentration in, for example, ..."
7. Human Radiation Experiments: Hearing Before the Committee on Governmental by DIANE Publishing Company (1998)
"Study of Tryptophan Conversion to O-Aminophenol Using Carbon-14 A STUDY IN 1961 by researchers ... This process was shown using carbon-14 (C14) as a tracer. ..."