Isochron

In the mathematical theory of dynamical systems, an isochron is a set of initial conditions for the system that all lead to the same long-term behaviour.

Other articles related to "isochron, isochrons":

Age Of The Earth - Radiometric Dating - Modern Radiometric Dating - Why Meteorites Were Used
... it is usual to date several minerals in the same sample, to provide an isochron ... Statistics for several meteorites that have undergone isochron dating are as follows 1 ... Pb-Pb isochron 4.543 ± 0.019 GY 2 ...
Isochron Dating - Isochron Plots
... other in a three-isotope plot known as an isochron plot ... on a straight line, this line is called an isochron ... ratio of the parent and non-radiogenic isotopes, the slope of the isochron gets steeper with time ...
Rhenium-osmium Dating - Rhenium-Osmium Isochron
... Rhenium-Osmium dating is carried out by the isochron dating method ... Isochrons are created by analysing several samples believed to have formed at the same time from a common source ... The Re-Os isochron plots the ratio of radiogenic 187Os to non-radiogenic 188Os against the ratio of the parent isotope 187Re to the non-radiogenic isotope 188Os ...
Mathematical Isochron - Accurate Forecasting Requires Isochrons
... Let's turn to a more interesting application of the notion of isochrons ... Isochrons arise when trying to forecast predictions from models of dynamical systems ... Fix and vary gives the curving isochrons in the plane ...
Lead-lead Dating - The Formation of The Geochron
... this point defines the lower (left) end of the isochron ... These samples define an isochron in figure 1, whose slope gives the age of meteorites as 4.55 Byr ... This was representative of the Bulk Earth composition, and was plotted on the isochron ...