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    The zircon formation may have occurred tens to hundreds of thousands of years before the eruption and deposition.However, when dealing with rocks that are hundreds of millions of year old, the time between zircon formation and eruption really is short in comparison.For practice, use the graph above to estimate the age of a rock sample that contains 10% uranium and 90% lead.The example above describes uranium/lead decay, which happens very slowly; however, different radioactive elements have different half-lives. This allows scientists to date events that are more or less ancient.Scientists usually express this as an age range (e.g., one billion years plus or minus half a million years), meaning that they are very confident that the true date falls somewhere within that range.With modern techniques, these ranges have gotten narrower and narrower, and consequently, even very ancient rocks can be dated quite precisely.Because lead (the stable daughter of uranium) has a very different arrangement of electrons, it does not make its way into the crystal as it is forming.The formation of crystals in the magma marks the moment that the radio-isotopic clock starts ticking.

    Decay rates are measured in half-lives — the amount of time in which half of a radioactive element will decay.For example, over time, uranium atoms lose alpha particles (each made up of two protons and two neutrons) and decay, via a chain of unstable daughters, into stable lead.Although it is impossible to predict when a particular unstable atom will decay, the decay rate is predictable for a very large number of atoms.Radioisotopic dating is a key tool for studying the timing of both Earth's and life's history.This suite of techniques allows scientists to figure out the dates that ancient rock strata were laid down — and hence, provides information about geologic processes, as well as evolutionary processes that acted upon the organisms preserved as fossils in interleaved strata.

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