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Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: McLean, Virginia
yea i know acetone isn't very conductive, but either is pure water. 90% acetone or 99% or whatever,there are still ions in there or maybe never the filler that causes conductivity. but anyways there are dust specs and piece of other materials and even air particles that can dissolve into the liquid and create conductive ions.
I do think that OCN's Ln2 section is the best for helping new comers get started with LN2, its got a much bigger user poster rate than others I have seen. Great job bassplayer!