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Old 01-05-2009, 08:43 AM
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The problem statement is: Can liquids conduct electricity?
The water did not light the lightbulb. Adding salt made the light glow bright.
An ice cube did not light the bulb. Milk and Orange Juice made the light glow faintly. I am not sure why the water did not work. I used purified water and tap water and neither worked. I thought that electricity would conduct electricity. I know if you are in a bathtub you cant drop a hair dryer in it or you will be electrocuted. Help
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