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Carbon 14 blank ams radiocarbon dating
A typical sample must first be cleaned mechanically and chemically, then converted to CO by combustion (for organic samples) or acid hydrolysis (for carbonates), then chemically reduced to graphite [9, 10].For some samples, the process is even more complex, involving pre-separation of organic fractions from the more easily contaminated inorganic fractions (e.g., dating only cellulose from wood or only collagen from bone) .
For our purposes, we will group these contributions into three general classes of contamination and background: The first contribution often results in sample-position-dependent variations in radiocarbon content, thus is often detectable by measuring multiple pieces of the same sample.
He suggests that this radiocarbon is residual from the material’s creation.
If true, his claims would have far-reaching implications for the ages of these materials. The first is a set of 90 previously published radiocarbon AMS dates of old samples (most 100k years) that he has re-analyzed.
The maximum allowed sample size is typically about 10 mg of carbon.
Larger samples produce excessive CO pressure in the sealed tubes used in the process, causing tubes to explode and samples to be lost.