Other useful radioisotopes for radioactive dating include Uranium -235 (half-life = 704 million years), Uranium -238 (half-life = 4.5 billion years), Thorium-232 (half-life = 14 billion years) and Rubidium-87 (half-life = 49 billion years).
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Nuclear Physics is the study of the properties and behaviour of nuclei and particles, ranging from tiny quarks to giant explosions deep in space.
Nuclear physics is important in a vast variety of situations, from understanding how the Sun provides the energy for life on this planet, to nuclear power plants and radiation therapy.
Far from being data, these dates are actually interpretations of the data.
As discussed before, the assumptions influence the interpretation of the data.