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British Museum natural radiocarbon measurements VI.
Carbon-14 ages, archaeologic samples from Crete, Egypt, France, England, Jordan, Malta, Nigeria, West Pakistan and Yugoslavia; for reference to part V, see this Bibliography Vol. 33, No. 2, 06Expand
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METHODS OF MEASURING LEAF SURFACE AREA OF SOME CONIFERS
Two methods of determining the surface area of leaves of several coniferous species were tested. One was based on a photoelectric principle where, by eliminating errors caused by differences inExpand
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British Museum natural radiocarbon measurements, I.
Results of age measurements of geologic and archeologic samples from British, African, and other localities.
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British Museum natural radiocarbon measurements IV.
Fourth of a series of age measurements of geologic and archeologic samples from British, African, and other localities.
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British Museum natural radiocarbon measurements II.
The second series of radiocarbon measurements made at the British Museum Research Laboratory are reported in the following list. The equipment and method used remain the same as described in theExpand
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The centralized control of public lighting and off-peak loads by superimposed ripples
It is the author's purpose in this paper to discuss the problems of collective control on modern supply networks, to examine various alternative methods, and to explain how, by the aid ofExpand
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The accuracy of radiocarbon dates
This article deals in detail with the various factors which affect the accuracy of radiocarbon dates. The familiar “error term” associated with each date and which caused so much confusion to usersExpand
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British Museum natural radiocarbon measurements III.
The third series of radiocarbon measurements made at the British Museum Research Laboratory is reported in the following list. Equipment and method used are as described previously (British Museum 1)Expand
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Authentication in art
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