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Uranium-lead dating is usually performed on the mineral zircon (Zr Si O), though it can be used on other minerals.
At their request, physicist Dr Jim Mason, of CMI Canada, reviewed the material from the meeting and his response was published on 2 April 2015 (see Response to Geochronology: Understanding the Uncertainties, a presentation by Dr Justin Payne).
However, use of a single decay scheme (usually Pb) leads to the U-Pb isochron dating method, analogous to the rubidium-strontium dating method.
Finally, ages can also be determined from the U-Pb system by analysis of Pb isotope ratios alone. Clair Cameron Patterson, an American geochemist who pioneered studies of uranium-lead radiometric dating methods, is famous for having used it to obtain one of the earliest accurate estimates of the age of the Earth.
We previously reported an event organized by the Adelaide, Australia, Chapter of Reasonable Faith where Dr Justin Payne, a lecturer within the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Adelaide, sought to ‘disprove’ objections to long-age radiometric dating.
Any age calculated is based on multiple unprovable assumptions to match the long-age worldview.
for zircon samples from Klamath Mountains in Northern California.The other point that Justin made was that the dating for Uranium/Lead can be derived from 3 sources: U238 decay, U235 decay and the lead isotope ratio.These 3 methods can be checked against each other, especially using the Concordia line/diagram.Unraveling such complications (which, depending on their maximum lead-retention temperature, can also exist within other minerals) generally requires in situ micro-beam analysis via, say, ion microprobe (SIMS) or laser ICP-MS.Pb) leads to the U-Pb isochron dating method, analogous to the rubidium-strontium dating method.