Re os age dating
When this happens, it’s called “rolling lates.” To prevent these types of accounts from being listed as delinquent every month, the bank or card issuer can re-age them so they are reported as current.
In this type of re-aging, an account that was reported as late each month to the credit reporting agencies will now be reported as “paid on time.” Sometimes the financial institution will go back into the past and bring all the delinquent payments current.
Bitumen and heavy oil were often observed in the Jinding Zn-Pb deposit.
Tip: If you enroll in a Debt Management Plan (DMP) with a credit counseling agency, many creditors will re-age your delinquent accounts after you make three monthly on-time payments.
Rhenium-osmium (Re-Os) dating of two molybdenite samples from the alkali granite and pegmatite of Ambalavayal in northern Kerala (S.
India) yielded ages of 567 ±28 Ma and 566±77 Ma, respectively.
Both rhenium and osmium are strongly siderophilic (iron loving), while Re is also chalcophilic (sulfur loving) making it useful in dating sulfide ores such as gold and Cu-Ni deposits.
This dating method is based on an isochron calculated based on isotopic ratios measured using N-TIMS (Negative – Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometry).