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Rubidium has two isotopes 85 Rb When a mineral crystallizes, it will usually incorporate both rubidium and strontium ions and the ratio of Rb to Sr will vary depending on the mineral involved. Using these proportions it is possible to identify the amount of radiogenic 87 Sr present. Originally the above proportions were assumed, but today it is more usual to plot 87 Sr: 86 Sr against 87 Rb: 86 Sr to produce a straight-line isochron from which the age of the mineral can be determined. When using the 87 Rb: 86 Sr method it is customary to use whole-rock samples in the analysis, because although 87 Sr may leak from one mineral to adjacent minerals over time it usually remains in the system.
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Rubidium–strontium dating

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Radiometric Dating

The radioactive decay of rubidium 87 Rb to strontium 87 Sr was the first widely used dating system that utilized the isochron method. Because rubidium is concentrated in crustal rocks, the continents have a much higher abundance of the daughter isotope strontium compared with the stable isotopes. A ratio for average continental crust of about 0. This difference may appear small, but, considering that modern instruments can make the determination to a few parts in 70,, it is quite significant. Dissolved strontium in the oceans today has a value of 0.
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Radioactive Dating

Rubidium-strontium dating , method of estimating the age of rocks, minerals, and meteorites from measurements of the amount of the stable isotope strontium formed by the decay of the unstable isotope rubidium that was present in the rock at the time of its formation. Rubidium comprises The method is applicable to very old rocks because the transformation is extremely slow: the half-life, or time required for half the initial quantity of rubidium to disappear, is approximately 50 billion years. Most minerals that contain rubidium also have some strontium incorporated when the mineral was formed, so a correction must be made for this initial amount of strontium to obtain the radiogenic increment i. Rubidium-strontium dating.
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A process for determining the age of an object by measuring the amount of a given radioactive material it contains. If one knows how much of this radioactive material was present initially in the object by determining how much of the material has decayed , and one knows the half-life of the material, one can deduce the age of the object. Nearby words radioluminescence , radiolysis , radioman , radiometeorograph , radiometer , radiometric dating , radiomicrometer , radiomimetic , radionecrosis , radioneuritis , radionics. Origin of radiometric dating First recorded in — Also called radioactive dating.
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