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Re: A silver anode but not a silver cathode?
abeland1 Views: 1,607
Published: 11 months ago
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Re: A silver anode but not a silver cathode?

I started the thread to explain the basic principles involved in generating ionic Colloidal Silver . The main point I'm trying to get across is the necessity of limiting the current to a much lower value than what most people are using. I have found that anything over 200 ĶA per square inch of surface area will not produce a 90% ionic, clear, stable product. If you're in a hurry, you have to use more silver, and 9999 silver from a reliable supplier is not cheap. So you can use time instead. Now I know there are people who cannot accept this fact. They are somehow unable just go away and let the process continue. I can't help them. When I first started making my Colloidal Silver over 30 years ago, the accepted method was to put salt in the water to speed things up. Unbelievably, there are still people that do this. There are also people that won't believe it's Colloidal Silver unless it's yellow.
Now it's true that the vast majority of people require a simple gadget that they can just use with distilled water and throw the switch. There are a dreadful plethora of colloidal silver generators out there. The vast majority are offered by people who at best don't have a clue. For people to choose among these generators, they need to have an understanding of what is involved. They need to know how to measure the results. They need to know what they have a right to expect. That is the purpose of the thread.

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