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The Induced Polarization (IP) methods is an extension of resistivity method by adding ability of the ground in storing electrical charge. One of the measurement technique is done in time domain, hereinafter referred to as Time Domain Induced Polarization (TDIP). TDIP responses measured on the surface are affected by the physical properties of the subsurface. Research in TDIP response modeling studies is performed to obtain a quantitative relationship between response to metallic mineral contentdoi:10.13057/ijap.v8i1.20648 fatcat:aee7csqbtrantkgjopbzs6dux4