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Common phases to be used for argon-argon dating are white micas, biotite, varieties of potassium feldspar (especially sanidine because it is potassium-rich), and varieties of amphibole. This can be used to solve equation 2 for the sample.
Second, the sample is irradiated along with a standard of a known age. A major advantage of the argon-argon method is that the sample can be heated incrementally.
This process, known as "step heating", provides additional information on the age of the sample.
Reheating events and diffusion of argon from the boundaries of the grain can result in lower Ar date.
Therefore a small drop in temperature can cause a transition from a state where A is a geometrical parameter which takes account of the crystal form of the argon-bearing mineral (55, 27 or 9 for a sphere, cylinder or sheet respectively), a is the length of the average diffusion pathway from the interior to the surface of the grain, and ) can be estimated.
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