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Re: Water resistors electrodes

Original poster: "Hydrogen18" <hydrogen18-at-bellsouth-dot-net> 

You should use pencil leads or carbon rods(if you have them) to make the
connections to the water. Will produce H2 and O2 while in use.

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Sent: Wednesday, June 02, 2004 8:00 AM
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