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The nucleus contains protons (tiny particles each with a single positive electric charge) and neutrons (particles without any electric charge).Orbiting around the nucleus are electrons (tiny particles each with a single electric charge).They must find rocks that contain these parent radioisotopes, even if they are only present in minute amounts.Most often, this is a rock body, or unit, which has formed from the cooling of molten rock material (called magma).Thus, the parent isotopes that decay are called radioisotopes.Actually, it isn’t really a decay process in the normal sense of the word, like the decay of fruit.
Thus, geologists refer to uranium-lead (two versions), potassium-argon, rubidium-strontium, or samarium-neodymium dates for rocks.
Thus it appears that God probably created those elements when He made the original earth.
Geologists must first choose a suitable rock unit for dating.
The atoms in each chemical element may vary slightly in the numbers of neutrons within their nuclei.
These slightly different atoms of the same chemical element are called isotopes of that element.
To achieve stability, these atoms must make adjustments, particularly in their nuclei.