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Abstract

Summary

In the 3 kHz – 300 kHz frequency range, electromagnetic measurements achieved with limited size Slingram instruments are not only sensitive to the electrical resistivity but also to the complex magnetic susceptibility and to the electrical polarization. A process allowing the determination of all the properties is proposed and applied to case studies with the use of commercial instruments.

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2017-09-03
2020-04-08
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