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Measuring Conductivity of a Liquid

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Timin

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I am trying to design a circuit which will measure the conductivity of a liquid(milk). I am using a microcontroller ATMega128 to perform the calculations. I can create a PWM output and read the input on an ADC. The circuit runs on 5vDC.

I have no idea how to go about designing a circuit which will accurately measure the resistance. The probe is stainless steel and 1cm in distance from each other.

Can someone please help me design a simple circuit that will measure the resistance?
 

Boncuk

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Conductivity is 1/R. Just measure the resistance and use it to calculate for conductivity.

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