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How to Make a Electrically Conductive Liquid.?

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1. Fill a large glass jar with about a pint of warm vinegar. You may heat the vinegar in the microwave or simply set it in the sun for an hour or two. It doesn't have to be boiling hot, just warm to the touch. 2. Add 1/4 cup of salt to the vinegar.
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Water, Mercury, Gasoline and Oil derivatives. or probabily any acidic liquids exept vinegar.
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salt water. start with pure water, insert the buzzer, then keep adding salt. you'll hear the buzzer starting to buzz louder and louder.
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Ionic compounds conduct electricity when dissolved in water,
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