Half-life of Radiocarbon

@article{Godwin1962HalflifeOR,
  title={Half-life of Radiocarbon},
  author={Harry Sir Godwin},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1962},
  volume={195},
  pages={984-984}
}
AFTER full discussion of the new determinations1–3 of the half-life of carbon-14, the Fifth Radiocarbon Dating Conference, meeting at Cambridge (see p. 943 of this issue of Nature), adopted the following resolution: 
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THE HALF-LIFE OF CARBON-14: COMMENTS ON THE MASS-SPECTROMETRIC METHOD.
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  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The International journal of applied radiation and isotopes
  • 1964
TLDR
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