Conductive Fluid

Matt Richard and I decided to make a fluid that would allow us to create liquid circuits.

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We tried many different combinations of the materials: water, oil, salt, powder graphite, and glue. The best combination was water, salt, and graphite, which resulted in a mixture that gave a steady reading of about 100 ohms. We used the liquid to create both a drawn circuit and an irrigation circuit.

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