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Which of the following is radioisotope commonly used in dating archeological artifacts? A. nitrogen-14 B. carbon-12 C. uranium-235 D. carbon-14
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User: Which of the following is radioisotope commonly used in dating archeological artifacts? A. nitrogen-14 B. carbon-12 C. uranium-235 D. carbon-14

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Carbon-14 is radioisotope commonly used in dating archeological artifacts.
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