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All that is needed for this experiment is a multimeter, ruler, micrometer and a pencil and paper. Maybe I"m going a bit over the top giving 3 examples of different ways of doing this but every time I tried the different methods I found problems (mainly due to making contact with the sample material). This method seemed like the most dubious but actually gave some of the best results with quite a good correlation between...

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