We have negotiated special rates with reputable radiocarbon laboratories which allows us to provide exceptional value for money.
For more details please contact one of our senior archaeologists using this link.
There will also be lecturers and visitors from the UK, USA, Australia, Germany, France, South Africa, Iraq, Pakistan, Kenya, Ethiopia, Ghana, Sudan, and Nigeria.
Along with hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, and sulfur, carbon is a building block of biochemical molecules ranging from fats, proteins, and carbohydrates to active substances such as hormones.
All carbon atoms have a nucleus containing six protons.
Isotopes participate in the same chemical reactions but often at differing rates.
When isotopes are to be designated specifically, the chemical symbol is expanded to identify the mass (for example, C is not stable.
is joining a workshop on “Palaeoclimate and Human Dispersal during Marine Isotope Stage 3” to be held at Anna University’s Institute of Ocean Management in Chennai, India.