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Brooklyn College Radiocarbon Dates I

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 July 2016

Evan T Williams*
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City University of New York, Chemistry Department, Brooklyn College Brooklyn, New York 11210
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This radiocarbon laboratory was established by a grant from Brooklyn College to support the work of its archaeologists and geologists. The method of dating is that of benzene synthesis and liquid-scintillation counting developed by a number of investigators (Noakes et al, 1965; Polach and Stipp, 1967; Tamers, 1975). This list includes nearly all samples processed so far, most of which were done since September 1975.

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