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Radiocarbon Dating Helps To Solve Centuries Old Mystery

News   Jun 09, 2020 | Original story from the University of Groningen.

 
Radiocarbon Dating Helps To Solve Centuries Old Mystery

This is an aerial view of Por-Bajin from the west. The complex is situated on an island in a lake. Scientists have pinned its construction on the year 777 CE, using a special carbon-14 dating technique, based on sudden spikes in the carbon-14 concentration. Credit: Andrei Panin.

 
 
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