Induced polarization [TDIP / SIP]

The method of induced polarization (IP) is an extension of the electrical resistivity method with additional measurement of an electrical charge storage by geological

deposit. IP method is used in the deep and intermediate range of geophysical exploration for mapping of ore or metallic materials deposits. This method also gaining popularity in the study of petroleum in determining the contours of the deposit.

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Petroleum geology
Reservoir geology


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