Hi All, I've been recently reading up on capacitive sensing. Specifically, the case where you have one sensor which is an electrode with a static electric field. When this electrode comes near a conductive target (which is floating and not part of the circuit), the change in potential of the initial electrode can be detected and thus a proximity sensor can be made. What I am trying to figure out, is if more conductive liquids/materials, result in a larger change of potential and/or capacitance. In other words, will a capacitive sensor work better if the liquid it is trying to detect is more conductive? If so, why? Thanks.