Factors affecting the conductivity of a liquid Watch

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hi
im doing my Advanced Higher physics project on the title, and i was just wondering if anybody could give me suggestions on which factors i could investigate.

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Thickness of the wtaer ? Volume ? Temperature ?
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pressure
heat
maybe flow (current) but im sure it won't make any difference
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electron mobilty / drift velocity
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Concentration of charge carriers?
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Number of ions or charge of ions present in solution: for example different charges of salts dissolved in the liquid. Eg. 2+ ions or 1+ ions (depending on position in periodic table).

Actually it depends if you're discussing thermal conductivity or electrical.
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Heat
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