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Hi, I am doing a science report and I need some help. I keep looking at website but none of them are on liquid conductivity. I came across this website and I am wondering if you had any information about liquid conductivity. If you do, thank you. Thanks,
Question Date: 2014-11-06
Answer 1:

Liquid conductivity depends on a lot of things, including the porosity (the amount of holes in what you're passing the liquid through), and the viscosity and surface tension of the liquid (water flows more easily than honey, and gasoline flows faster yet).

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