Conductivity, altered by a magnetic field??? Hi Im a highschool student studying physics. I conducted an experiment that measured the conductivity of KCl electrolytic solution vs. a change in concentration. Anyway, i had a magnetic stirrer stirring the solution in a beaker when the conductivity probe from a EDT Series 3 RE387Tx Conductivity meter was inserted to take a reading. Now the question is, Does the magnetic field created by the magnetic stirrer also affect the Current flowing between the conductivity meters electrodes and therefore the CONDUCTIVITY!? (plz say no ! ) PS: The conductity meter puts a small amount of AC through the solution.