Limitations of radiometric age dating
The main techniques used in absolute dating are carbon dating, annual cycle method, trapped electron method, and the atomic clocks.
These techniques are more complex and advanced regarding technology as compared to the techniques in practice in relative dating.
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But like any other bit of experimental physics "the difference between practice and theory is small in theory but large in practice." It's especially tricky for Carbon14 dating (which most recent stuff relies on).Contrary to this, absolute dating is the technique, using which the exact age of the artifacts, fossils, or sites are ascertained.The relative dating is the technique to ascertain the age of the artifacts, rocks or even sites while comparing one from the other.Other than rocks, fossils are the other most important elements in relative dating as many organisms have there remain in the sedimentary rocks.This evaluation of the rocks and fossils in relative dating is known as the biostratigraphy.