Isotopes used for carbon dating
It is estimated to require four hours of class time, including approximately one hour total of occasional instruction and explanation from the teacher and two hours of group (team) and individual activities by the students, plus one hour of discussion among students within the working groups.
Explore this link for additional information on the topics covered in this lesson: This activity will help students to have a better understanding of the basic principles used to determine the age of rocks and fossils. Objectives of this activity are: 1) To have students determine relative age of a geologically complex area.
Diamond requires very high pressure to form—pressure found naturally on earth only deep below the surface. It occurs in more different forms than any other element in the periodic table.The periodic table is a chart that shows how chemical elements are related to each other.As an element, carbon occurs in a striking variety of forms.Coal, soot, and diamonds are all nearly pure forms of carbon.