Thermoluminescence dating range

Thermoluminescence dating range

A dating method that measures the amount of light released when an object is heated. Thermoluminescence, or TL, has been used since the s to determine the approximated firing date of pottery and burnt silicate materials. TL has a wide dating range; it has been used to date ceramics from a few hundred years old to geologic formations that are half a million years old. The technique measures the small amount of energy that continually builds up in the mineral crystal lattice. When heated, this energy is released as a burst of light.
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Advantages and limitations of thermoluminescence dating of heated flint from Paleolithic sites

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Many minerals emit light when heated. This is the phenomenon of thermo luminescence, observed in for the first time in England by Sir Boyle, who, heating a diamond in darkness, saw that it was emitting a glow. Later, Pierre and Marie Curie noted the production of intense coloration in glasses and porcelain exposed to radiation and the disappearance of these colors together with the emission of a fluorescent glow when these substances were heated. Radioactive elements present in clays and soils emit a low and constant flux of rays due to radiatioactive decays of uranium, thorium and their progeny, and potassium
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