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Pretreatment[ edit ] Two common contaminants are humic acid, which can be removed with an alkali wash, and carbonates, which can be removed with acid. These treatments can damage the structural integrity of the sample and remove significant volumes of material, so the exact treatment decided on will depend on the sample size and the amount of carbon needed for the chosen measurement technique. The constituents of bone include proteinswhich contain carbon; bone's structural strength comes from calcium hydroxyapatitewhich is easily contaminated with carbonates from ground water.
Removing the carbonates also destroys the calcium hydroxyapatite, and so it is usual to date bone using the remaining protein fraction after washing away the calcium hydroxyapatite and contaminating carbonates. This protein component is called collagen. Collagen is sometimes degraded, in which case it may be necessary to separate the proteins into individual amino acids and measure their respective ratios and 14 C activity.
It is possible to detect if there has been any degradation of the sample by comparing the relative volume of each amino acid with the known profile for bone. If so, separating the amino acids may be necessary to Radiocarbon dating samples independent testing of each one—agreement between the results of several different amino acids indicates that the dating is reliable. Hydroxyprolineone of the constituent amino acids in bone, was once thought Ts chat video be a reliable indicator as it was not known to occur except in bone, but it has since been detected in groundwater.
The proteins in burnt bone are usually destroyed, which means that after acid treatment, nothing testable will be left of the bone. Degradation of the protein fraction can also occur in hot, arid conditions, without actual burning; then the degraded components can be washed away by groundwater. However, if the bone was heated under reducing conditionsit and associated organic matter may have been carbonized. In this case the sample is often usable. Calcium carbonate is very susceptible to dissolving and recrystallizing; the recrystallized material will contain carbon from the sample's environment, which may be of geological origin.
The recrystallized calcium carbonate is generally in the form of calcite, and often has a powdery appearance; samples of a shiny appearance are preferable, and if in doubt, examination by light or electron microscope, or by X-ray diffraction and infrared spectroscopy, can determine whether recrystallization has occurred. The three major components of peat are humic acid, huminsand fulvic acid.
Of these, humins give the most reliable date as they are insoluble in alkali and less likely to contain contaminants from the sample's environment. Soil contains organic material, but because of contamination by humic acid of more recent origin, it is very difficult to get satisfactory radiocarbon dates. It is preferable to sieve the soil for fragments of organic origin, and date the fragments with methods that are tolerant of small sample sizes. This can be done with a thermal diffusion column.
CO 2 is widely used, but it is also possible to use other gases, including methaneethaneethylene and acetylene. Libby's first measurements were made with lamp black,  but this technique is no longer in use; these methods were susceptible to problems caused by the 14 C created by nuclear testing in the s and s. To create lamp black, Libby began with acid washes if necessary to remove carbonate, and then converted the carbon in the sample to CO 2 by either combustion for organic samples or the addition of hydrochloric acid for shell material.
The resulting gas was passed through hot copper oxide to convert any carbon monoxide to CO 2, and then dried to remove any water vapour. The gas was then condensed, and converted to calcium carbonate in order to allow the removal of any radon gas and any other combustion products such as oxides of nitrogen and sulphur. The calcium carbonate was then converted back to CO 2 again, dried, and converted to carbon by passing it over heated magnesium. Hydrochloric acid was added to the resulting mixture of magnesium, magnesium oxide and carbon, and after repeated boiling, filtering, and washing with distilled water, the carbon was ground with a mortar and pestle and a half gram sample taken, weighed, and combusted.
This allowed Libby to determine how much of the sample was ash, and hence to determine the purity of the carbon sample to be tested. This is then converted to lithium carbide, and then to acetylene, and finally to benzene. This results in a coating of filamentous carbon usually referred to as graphite on the powdered catalyst—typically cobalt or iron.
A rough guide follows; the weights given, in grams, are for dry samples, and assume that a visual inspection has been done to remove foreign objects.
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