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A phase-diagram with a specified bulk-composition is known as: (-Gate geology and geophysics 2014)

(A) isograd diagram 
(B) AFM diagram 
(C) pseudosection 
(D) ACF diagram

Asked On2017-07-06 08:29:11 by:Aparna-Dasgupta

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(C) pseudosection.
A Pesudosection (quasi-section) The plotting of data against position along a traverse line, to produce a display of resistivity or induced-polarization data in which values are given to the intersection point of 45° lines drawn from mid-points of the current and potential electrode pairs. Depths in the resulting ‘section’ below a transverse bear no simple relationship to the true geology; a pseudosection shows the variation of the measured parameter with position and with effective depth of penetration, rather than with true depth. It is used widely in displaying induced-polarization data and apparent resistivities obtained from constant-separation traverses with different electrode separations, and apparent conductivities from electromagnetic traverses with different coil separations.
Pseudosections are generally simpler and much easier to interpret than standard phase diagrams that show many reactions.

Answerd on:2017-07-09 Answerd By:prajwalamv

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