radiocarbon
noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1939 radioactive carbon; especially carbon 14

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  • radiocarbon — ► NOUN ▪ a radioactive isotope of carbon, especially carbon 14 used in carbon dating …   English terms dictionary

  • radiocarbon — ☆ radiocarbon [rā΄dē ōkär′bən ] n. carbon 14: see CARBON …   English World dictionary

  • Radiocarbon — Die Radiokohlenstoffdatierung, auch 14C Datierung, C14 Datierung, C14 Methode oder Radiocarbonmethode (engl. „carbon“: Kohlenstoff), ist ein Verfahren zur radiometrischen Datierung von kohlenstoffhaltigen, insbesondere organischen Materialien.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • radiocarbon — [[t]re͟ɪdioʊkɑ͟ː(r)bən[/t]] also radio carbon N UNCOUNT: usu N n Radiocarbon is a type of carbon which is radioactive, and which therefore breaks up slowly at a regular rate. Its presence in an object can be measured in order to find out how old… …   English dictionary

  • radiocarbon —   n. radioisotope of carbon, especially carbon 14.    ♦ radiocarbon dating, estimation of age of organic matter by measuring carbon 14 content …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • radiocarbon — radioanglis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. radioactive carbon; radiocarbon vok. radioaktiver Kohlenstoff, m; Radiokohlenstoff, m rus. радиоактивный углерод, m; радиоуглерод, m pranc. carbone radioactif, m; radiocarbone, m …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • radiocarbon — n. a radioactive isotope of carbon. Phrases and idioms: radiocarbon dating = carbon dating …   Useful english dictionary

  • radiocarbon — n. [L. radius, ray; carbo, coal] A radioactive isotope of carbon found naturally in the air and in organisms that is used to date fossil and subfossil remains; also used in physiological studies …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • radiocarbon — /ray dee oh kahr beuhn/, n. Chem. 1. Also called carbon 14. a radioactive isotope of carbon with mass number 14 and a half life of about 5730 years: widely used in the dating of organic materials. 2. any radioactive isotope of carbon. [1935 40;… …   Universalium

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