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*12-Oct-2017 02:22*

When t = 0, ln N(0) = C Taking exponentials of both sides, we get N(t) = N(0)exp(-Kt) If t = one half life, then N(t)/N(0) = 1/2 = exp(-Kt), and: ln(1/2) = -ln2 = -Kt, so t = ln2 / K So what we do in practice is determine the decay constant and calculate half life from it.

If there were such a pair of isotopes, radiometric dating would be very simple.

In calculus terms, we write: d N(t)/dt = -K * N(t) or d N(t)/N(t) = -K dt The minus sign means that each decay decreases the total number of atoms.

Integrating both sides, we get: ln N(t) = -Kt C C is the constant of integration that we can often ignore, but not here.

If the rocks have an interbedded lava flow or volcanic ash bed, it's gold.

The older our sample is, the more daughter isotope it will contain relative to the parent.If you don't have minerals with those elements, you can't date the rock.