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Isotopic dating of meteorites
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The use of lead isotope ratios makes this daring self-checking. A large scattering of measurements would indicate the sample is multi-stage rather than single-stage, making the isochron unreliable. Another situation in which single-stage systems give unreliable information daging the extraction of lead from uranium to form lead ore. It is possible that a system meteofites undergo Isotopic dating of meteorites geological process that extracts lead, leaving Isotopic dating of meteorites new system Isofopic any uranium. If that system were dated at that point in time, it would fall on the isochron and give the correct age of the mineral. However, without any uranium present, accumulation of daughter isotopes ceases even though time continues to pass.
Such events produce a frozen record, giving the amount of time from crystallization to extraction of lead to form lead ore. Such ages are very useful because they can measure time forward from some known event in the past, such as the formation of the earth. The difficulties with single-stage systems can be circumnavigated with multi-stage systems. Though multi-stage lead samples cannot be used for generating isochrons, they can be used to produce valuable information through concordia-discordia plots. These plots are also self-checking and are useful for dating old rocks with complex histories.
Rubidium/Strontium Dating of Meteorites
The plots can still produce valuable and accurate data using rocks that have been subjected to heating and metamorphic events Dalrymple This utility is due to the fact that the concordia-discordia method uses the simultaneous decay of U to Pb and U Isotopic dating of meteorites Pb to tabulate age. A sample concordia diagram from Dalrymple is shown in Figure 4. The change in ratios of parent to Isotopic dating of meteorites isotopes over time is used to construct an age curve called a concordia. Since lead loss from a mineral does not fractionate the isotopes, the resulting change in parent to daughter isotope ratios will fall on a line called discordia, which connects the original age on concordia to the age on concordia of lead loss.
This method requires minerals that contain either no initial lead or negligible amounts of initial lead, but some such minerals can be found in igneous and metamorphic rocks Dalrymple As stated above, the Gerling-Holmes-Houtermans model requires that assumptions about the genetic relationship between the Earth and meteorites be made. Houtermans calculated the time required for lead composition of primordial lead samples to decay to the lead composition of young ores. He used young terrestrial ores to obtain data for young ores and assumed the lead composition of the meteorite Canyon Diablo was representative of primordial lead.
His result was 4. Houtermans did not provide a justification as to why the origins of the Earth and meteorites should be related, but Claire C. Patterson suggested that Earth lead would fall on the meteorite isochron if it had evolved in a closed system with the same initial lead composition as the meteorite over the past 4. He supported this argument with lead measurements taken from deep ocean sediment. He later partnered with V. Murthy to strengthen the argument by showing that the meteoritic geochron and terrestrial geochron are nearly identical and probably evolved from the same uranium-lead system Dalrymple Some Creationist groups are attacking the reliability of radioisotope dating.
The RATE team cites isochrons obtained using Earth samples to claim that one of four types of discordance result when the mineral isochron method is applied as a test of the assumptions of radioisotope dating. Since radioisotope data gathered by the RATE team demonstrates all four categories of isochron discordance, the team states that "the assumptions of radioisotope dating must be questioned" Austin Taylor, writing for the ChristianAnswers. Net website, also calls the assumptions of radioisotope dating into question.
He cites the problem of initial amounts of Isotopic dating of meteorites She just wants to hook up and the assumption of closed systems in addition to other arguments Taylor Despite the questions raised by Isotopic dating of meteorites RATE team and other groups, lead isotopes are generally considered to be a reliable method for dating the Earth, giving an approximate age of 4. The presence of three lead isotopes can be used to generate powerful tools for age calculations. Some of the isotopes and their daughters are shown in the following table from Dodd: The isotopes above the line in that figure are now extinct, since there are no means of replenishing the parent isotope in the Solar System.
Note that there are vast ranges of time exhibited in the decay rates, allowing a suitable measure if one knows or guesses the approximate age. The clock most suitable for meteorites is the decay of Rubidium 87Rb into Strontium 87Srwhich has a half-life of about 49 billion years. The manner in which the age is determined is based on calculating ratios of these isotopes, as the following calculation will show: We know if there is some 87Rb present in the meteorite, that there will also be the decay product 87Sr. However, there will also be some unknown amount of 87Sr that was in the meteorite when it formed. We can state mathematically, that the amount of 87Sr present now, must have come from the amount that was there originally, plus any decay product from 87Rb: By substituting that in the original equation we get: Two of these quantities can be measured: By taking samples from various parts of a meteorite and plotting these results, the data will fall on a straight line whose slope characterizes the age of the meteorite.
These lines are called isochrons, an example for the meteorite Tieschitz fall,Czechoslovakia, unequilibrated H3 is shown in the following figure from McSween: How are these Measured? Scientists use a mass spectrometer to obtain these ratios. A small portion of a meteorite is vaporized in the device forming ions. These ions are accelerated in an electric field through collimating slits and subject to a magnetic field which causes the ions to follow a curved path. The ions are deflected according to their mass. By adjustment of the strength of the magnetic field and suitable placement of an ion collector, the different isotopes can be measured with precision.
Complications There are some things that affect these measurements. Thermal processes that may occur during meteorite impact in the lifetime of the specimen can reset some of the atomic clocks, mixing components and releasing important gases such as Xe and 40Ar. In practice, several isotope systems and several samples are used to determine the ages. Meteorites that are mostly unaltered petrological type 3 serve as the best samples. Nowadays, Sm - Nd with a mean life of 1. In one note, from Dr. Bogard at NASA, it was mentioned to me that: