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Interaction of electromagnetic and electrochemical effects in geophysical probing

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2 Author(s)
Wait, J.R. ; University of Arizona, Electromagnetics Laboratory, ECE Department, Tucson, USA ; Gruszka, T.P.

In attempting to measure, in situ, the audio frequency complex resistivity of geological media, electromagnetic coupling can complicate the process. We show by way of a simple example that these electrochemical and electromagnetic effects are inextricably intertwined. Attempts to separate these phenomena by data processing should be viewed with caution.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 7 )