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Re: conductivity meters/ohmmeters - DISREGARD LAST

Yes, you can get ohmmeters at Radio Shack for around ten bucks.  Using one to 
measure conductivity requires getting the two probes a specific distance 
apart, and knowing how to convert ohms to whatever conductivity is measured 
in (maybe it's mhos).  Then you have to find out what the resistance or 
conductivity of a certain gap in water should be.  It's easier to work a 
bunch of overtime and spring for the conductivity meter.

Bob Dixon 

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