Atom Trap Trace Analysis

Atom Trap Trace Analysis

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Caption: A new technique developed at Argonne, called Atom Trap Trace Analysis, or ATTA, is an ultrasensitive way to detect single atoms in a large sample. The technique can help date older samples much more effectively than carbon-14 dating. Chun-Yen Chen aligns the atom trap's optics. Argonne National Laboratory photo.

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Keywords: archaeology, archeology, argonne national laboratory, atom trap trace analysis, atoms, atta, carbon 14, carbon-14, chemistry, dating, department of energy, physicist, physics, radioisotope dating, research, researcher, science, scientist, technique, technology

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