Sorry for the short answer before, was working.
Smoke 'em if you got 'em and I will too.
Makes everything funny.
The long answer is that TDC/PPM based on EC measures salts in the water. In a nutshell, the more salts there are, the more potentially free electrons, therefore lower electrical resistance. Bit more involved than that, but nutrients fall into that category of molecules that have electrons with loose moral character that will hop on the next dude with only a minor push. Know anybody like that? Those electrons are kinda whorish IMO, but we wouldn't be here typing without them.
That first puff was nice.
EC is measured in micro Siemens per centimeter (μS/cm). That's the measurement of electrical resistance thing I mentioned above. With siemen right there in the units, you know this is getting hot. Stay with me, this might go xXx rated. Puff puff.
Resistance is best envisioned by blowing on a straw of different diameters. The size of the pipe determines how much air you can push thru. Adding salts increases the size of the tube in a measurable way. With semen. Lots and lots of semen.
Now Peroxide is a prissy bitch. She thinks she has impeccable morals, and proves it by killing stuff I guess? Her resistance is like trying to blow thru a needle. She can eventually have her knees cracked open and get some micro semen in there, but on a whole different level than those slutty salts. Sinners.
At the end of the spectrum is distilled water. Yup, you take the dirt out and her knees slam shut over her laser targeting chastity belt. We will NOT be moving electrons or sharing any semens. Not in the LAWDs house.
So let's say you are probing. Get your mind out of the gutter.
Lets say you measure with a probe and want to measure slutty molecules. So report to the grower just how dirty he is making his water by adding salts. You need to be looking for molecules that are like 2s, 3s, maybe up to 5, but sixes don't need to give it up to any random dude they bump into, they can be more selective. So you are looking for molecules that can take a lot of semen.
H2O2 is like a 9 on that scale. Your futile little probe has no chance reading semen on her. You got a probe that only works on sex worker molecules.
If you want to measure H2O2 levels with an electrical probe in the 10PPM range, you better be Brad Pitt.
Use these instead:
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