Radiohalos: Nature's Tiny Mysteries
Figure 1. Some typical examples of different radiohalos found in granitic rocks, from volume 2 of the Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth (RATE) study.1 Radiohalos are minute darkened circular zones around tiny mineral inclusions that appear in microscopic cross-sections of rocks such as black mica and biotite (Figure 1). First reported in the 1880s, their origin was a mystery until the discovery of radioactivity....
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