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As a result, one would expect the amount of sample remaining to be approximately one eighth of the original amount.

The 129.4 g remaining is just a bit larger than one-eighth, which is sensible given a half-life of just over 20 min.(c) Label analysis shows that the unit of Becquerel is sensible, as there are 0.0735 g of carbon-11 decaying each second.

That said, is it notable that the carbon-14 date is consistent with the first record of the shroud’s existence and certainly inconsistent with the period in which Jesus lived.

There are other noncarbon forms of radioactive **dating**.

After one half-life passes, half of the remaining nuclei will decay in the next half-life.

Then, half of that amount in turn decays in the following half-life.

One of the most famous cases of carbon-14 *dating* involves the Shroud of Turin, a long piece of fabric purported to be the burial shroud of Jesus (see Figure 22.28).

(credit: Butko, Wikimedia Commons) Carbon-11 has a half-life of 20.334 min. If 1 kg of carbon-11 sample exists at the beginning of an hour, (b) how much material will remain at the end of the hour and (c) what will be the decay activity at that time?

Therefore, the number of radioactive nuclei decreases from A more precise definition of half-life is that each nucleus has a 50 percent chance of surviving for a time equal to one half-life.