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Conductivity of a liquid electrolyte
I'm doing a lab for my chemistry course at my high school and I am having trouble thinking up a good and simple experiment to test. I wanted to test the conductivity of a sports drink containing with different concentrations of water in it using an amp meter but I'm not sure of how to go about doing this. Help!
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