Hi, I've had an idea for a school physics project but I'm not sure if it will work. I want to measure the volume of water in a fixed shape container by passing an electrical current though it and monitoring how the resistance changes (with a potential divider circuit). My idea is that if I connect two electrodes at the opposite ends of the bottom of the container and then add more water to the container, the resistance would drop. I got this from how a thicker wire has less resistance than a thinner wire. However, I'm guessing that water doesn't work in the same way as metal wire so I would really value your opinions on how you think this will or won't work. Thanks!