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question:salinity
question:salinity


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Ag8n " You can buy the instruments with a microprocessor attached. All you have to do is take a syringe, put the liquid in the glass tube, and it will r..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
Bronwen " Oh wow, thanks! This is really helpful, I'll look into the tuning fork method. " | Read more » about 3 years ago
Ag8n " The reason multimeters aren't used for measuring the resistance of a solution is polarization. It's a fancy word, but by passing direct current t..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
Bronwen "Lots of Public Labbers have used the Coqui (a simple DIY conductivity sensor)-- you can read more about it here: https://publiclab.org/wiki/coqui ...." | Read more » over 3 years ago
WhiteRabbit "You'll probably need to correct for differences in sample temperature. i.e. temperature will affect the conductivity of the salt solution. So, to..." | Read more » almost 8 years ago
DavidMack "seems like a good approach. maybe specify the type of salt: fine sea salt, table salt (with iodine), kosher salt (no iodine), or Himalayan pink sa..." | Read more » almost 8 years ago
neilh20 "Hi Don, looks great procedure, and while not knowing if it actually works - it does give a procedure for establishing a range for a specific set of..." | Read more » almost 8 years ago