I'm attempting to repair a resistor that was physically damaged by a heavy object. The part is a Yageo CFR-25JB-52-10K and the datasheet may be found here. I've attempted to use Loctite Epoxy Instant Mix 5 Minute to repair but despite best attempts it's not conductive and when it seeps partly onto the carbon element it is increasing the resistance.
Looking on Wikipedia at Electrically conductive adhesive (I could only post two links as a new user) I see that the "The conductive component can be silver, copper or graphite". I wondered which of these three alternatives would be best for this application?
Edit - Reason I need to know is that I'm doing an Internship and have been given this task. My supervisor said it will be good practice for repairing more expensive components in the future like FPGAs he said can cost thousands of dollars.