mise-à-la-masse method

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mise-à-la-masse method (charged-body potential method) A form of constant separation traversing in which one current electrode is placed directly into a conductive ore body. The other three electrodes of the array are on the surface, as in normal electrode configurations. This method enables the subsurface extent of the conductor to be established more readily than with other electrical methods.

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