formation factor

formation factor

[fȯr′mā·shən ‚fak·tər]
(geochemistry)
The ratio between the conductivity of an electrolyte and that of a rock saturated with the same electrolyte. Also known as resistivity factor.
(geology)
A function of the porosity and internal geometry of a reservoir rock system, expressed as F = φ-m, where φ is the fractional porosity of the rock, and m is the cementation factor (pore-opening reduction).
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