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An <b>electric imager</b> resistivity tool with four arms that unfold from the tool body, each with two pads containing multiple electrode buttons. Yields high-resolution resistivity logs from the high-density of pads; these are displayed as an image of 80&#x2013;90% of the borehole wall surface. Used to detect fractures and stratigraphic features. Schlumberger tradename. See Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_I-1|I-1]].
 
An <b>electric imager</b> resistivity tool with four arms that unfold from the tool body, each with two pads containing multiple electrode buttons. Yields high-resolution resistivity logs from the high-density of pads; these are displayed as an image of 80&#x2013;90% of the borehole wall surface. Used to detect fractures and stratigraphic features. Schlumberger tradename. See Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_I-1|I-1]].
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An electric imager resistivity tool with four arms that unfold from the tool body, each with two pads containing multiple electrode buttons. Yields high-resolution resistivity logs from the high-density of pads; these are displayed as an image of 80–90% of the borehole wall surface. Used to detect fractures and stratigraphic features. Schlumberger tradename. See Figure I-1.