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I think this article, though short, is complete as the radiocarbon dating article covers the magority of important facts about this. As far as radiocarbon dating, the difference is not relevant since raw (Libby) dates are calibrated into calendar dates as described here [2] Jclerman , 26 January 2006 (UTC)activation product now has 5700 ± 30 years for the IAEA tables.

Jclerman , 15 April 2007 (UTC)I have a hard time making sense of that link though; maybe our article can explain it better.

Among several others, they seem to speak of "principal modern radiocarbon standard", "International Radiocarbon Dating Standard", "absolute radiocarbon standard", "Oxalic acid standard", "Oxalic acid II standard", and I don't know which, if any, of these are synonyms, and which of these our article refers to when it says "mondern radiocarbon standard".

--Vsmith , 26 June 2006 (UTC) User: [email protected] previously tried to insert his/her simplified calculations improperly in Half life as well as creating a fork article which has been deleted per AFD, see Wikipedia: Articles for deletion/Half-life computation.

Vsmith , 26 June 2006 (UTC) When the wants of authors are placed above the needs of readers then other wikis such as the Urban dictionary will begin to take the Wikipedia's place along with the potential of financial contributions.

Is that the intended meaning of the sentence in the article? Also, this article doesn't need to overlap with info in the radiocarbon dating article.

Jclerman , 15 April 2007 (UTC) I agree, it's not a lab manual, but it must be self-contained and the meaning of all statements must be clear without having to guess or read obscure external sources; or else the statements are better removed.

With this interpretation, the phrase "activity of modern standard radiocarbon" seems misleading.

It is not really the radiocarbon that is modern standard, it is the proportion of radiocarbon in carbon that is modern standard. Axel Boldt , 15 April 2007 (UTC) The relevant standard(s) is(are) defined in [3]. If it appears incorrect to you, contact the NIST and propose your nomenclature.

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