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AMS Informal Seminar
Date: biweekly, Fri 1030am Location: PAS 218 , UA campus. Contact ams@physics.arizona.edu for information.
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  Our laboratory is well-known for its work on dating many objects of general as well as scientific interests. An example of precision dating is the Dead Sea Scrolls. Current research areas range from geology to marine biology and many more. See more from the Research menu.
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For our customers, the service menu provides important sample submission information. For students and anyone interested , you will be able to learn the science behind the AMS machine and radiocarbon dating from the Education pull-down menu. Select the service menu for radiocarbon dating (14C dating), 10Be or 129I measurements
 
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The Arizona Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) Laboratory is used primarily to provide radiocarbon measurements. We have operated an AMS laboratory at the University of Arizona since 1981, as a shared facility between the Departments of Physics and Geosciences. The AMS Laboratory is also part of the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences.

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