electrode configuration

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A geometrical pattern of electrodes used in electrical sounding, constant separation traversing, and induced polarization surveys. Usual configurations comprise two current electrodes and two potential electrodes whose separations are known and defined by a geometric factor. Common configurations include the dipole–dipole, Schlumberger, square, and Wenner arrays.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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