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Uranium Thorium Dating
Uranium-Thorium dating is based on the detection by mass spectrometry of both the parent U and daughter Th products of decay, through the emission of an alpha particle. The decay of Uranium to Thorium is part of the much longer decay series begining in U and ending in Pb. With time, Thorium accumulates in the sample through radiometric decay. The method assumes that the sample does not exchange Th or U with the environment i. The method is used for samples that can retain Uranium and Thorium, such as carbonate sediments, bones and teeth.
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Uranium—lead dating , abbreviated U—Pb dating , is one of the oldest  and most refined of the radiometric dating schemes. It can be used to date rocks that formed and crystallised from about 1 million years to over 4. The method is usually applied to zircon. This mineral incorporates uranium and thorium atoms into its crystal structure , but strongly rejects lead when forming. As a result, newly-formed zircon deposits will contain no lead, meaning that any lead found in the mineral is radiogenic.
The method is based on the accumulation of helium atoms produced by the alpha decay of U, Th, and in some cases Sm isotopes. These early helium dates had perhaps the greatest intellectual impact of any ages ever measured. They provided independent and quantitative evidence for the great antiquity of rocks, thus establishing a modern framework for understanding Earth history and, of particular importance, Thanks to Ken Farley for the useful comments that helped me clarify several technical points.