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I am in highschool so i am lookin to do a fairly complexed project but i just dont know where to start i am looking for an electrically based project in any field of electricity
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Here are some links. the first one you need to buy the plans tho, and the other is free. But it is complex.
[url]http://www.primeline-america.com/science/[/url]

[url]http://www.monmouth.com/~grimcorona/Stepstep.htm[/url]

Just a question..... Does Water conduct electricity?
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Water conducts electricity..but The conductivity will be greatly reduced for distilled water. In distilled water, there is much less ionic conducting species present.
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Cool links, Arch - especially the tesla coil project :P


Here's at least 10 other cool electricity projects [url]http://www.all-science-fair-projects.com/science_fair_projects.php?s_terms=electricity&type =0&s_difficulty=3&hidden=1&s_category=[/url]

And yes, water conducts electricity - remember the Jaws movie? They zapped the shark with electricty from the boat's generator if I recall correctly...
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Actually water stores electricity. Humans coduct it, or animals.
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Indeed. Water definitely conducts electricity. It's actually very dangerous. NEVER touch a electrical appliances with wet hands - especially exposed metal parts. And NEVER drop a radio or other electrical appliance that's plugged into the wall into a bathtub full of water. People have died that way.
 

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