[ uh-mee-noh as-id, am-uh-noh- ]
/ əˈmi noʊ ˈæs ɪd, ˈæm əˌnoʊ- /
a method used to date an organic geological or archaeological specimen, as a fossil or mummified body, by determining how much change has occurred in the amino-acid structure of that specimen.
Why Is The Date 11/11 Special?11 is a very odd number and has been subject to much interpretation over the ages. So why is it so special?
Origin of amino-acid dating
First recorded in 1970–75
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