to estimate the age of (an object of plant or animal origin) by radiocarbon dating.
Overall, the 1988 carbon-dating has made little difference to sindonology (as study of the Shroud is known).
The Shroud of Turin and Thomas de Wesselow’s ‘The Sign.’ Thomas de Wesselow April 2, 2012
short for radiocarbon dating
See radiocarbon dating.
- Carbon dioxide snow
noun solid carbon dioxide, used as a refrigerant Historical Examples As cold as a cake of carbon dioxide snow, he said, “Can you prove this, Mr. Cornell?” Highways in Hiding George Oliver Smith Encouraging results have also been obtained by the application of carbon dioxide snow. Manual of Surgery Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
a colorless, odorless, incombustible gas, CO 2 , present in the atmosphere and formed during respiration, usually obtained from coal, coke, or natural gas by combustion, from carbohydrates by fermentation, by reaction of acid with limestone or other carbonates, or naturally from springs: used extensively in industry as dry ice, or carbon dioxide snow, in […]
a clear, colorless or faintly yellow, poisonous, flammable liquid, CS 2 , used chiefly in the manufacture of cellophane, viscose rayon, and pesticides and as a solvent for fats, resins, and rubber.
- Carbon disulphide
noun a colourless slightly soluble volatile flammable poisonous liquid commonly having a disagreeable odour due to the presence of impurities: used as an organic solvent and in the manufacture of rayon and carbon tetrachloride. Formula: CS2 Also called (not in technical usage) carbon bisulphide Historical Examples carbon disulphide forms with triethyl-phosphin a compound which crystallises […]