To avoid polarisation errors, the sequence of selected electrode configurations employed during a measurement cycle needs to ensure that polarisation of a current electrode has sufficiently decayed before the electrode is reused as a potential electrode.
What does CE stand for?
CE stands for Current Electrode
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Another problem with current electrodes is that they can't be made very big, due to their need to operate at high temperature.
[FIGURE 3 OMITTED] The prepared Pseudo section as show in Fig-4, the apparent resistivity variation with respect to the current electrode separation AB/2 =100 meters.