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Re: Water resistors electrodes

Original poster: "Richard W." <potluckutk-at-comcast-dot-net> 

I don't think using any salts of any kind would be needed for the range of
resistance you're looking for. Even with distilled water you may find the
resistor will have to be rather lengthy.

Rick W.
Salt Lake City

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Subject: Water resistors electrodes

 > Original poster: Marco.Denicolai-at-tellabs-dot-com
 > Hi all,
 > This may be an old question but...
 > I want to make a water resistor using copper sulphate solution and
 > copper electrodes. In the range of 10 Mohms.
 > Will material from the copper anode be transferred to the cathode and
 > change the resistor characteristics?
 > Will I get some precipitate (Cu) with AC or not?
 > Is there a better material for the electrodes?
 > Best Regards