Category Archives: FAQ’s About Colloidal Silver

What is Colloidal Silver?

A solution of water containing nanometer-sized particles of suspended silver. The total silver content is expressed as milligrams of silver per liter (mg/L) of water which is numerically the same as parts per million (ppm). The total silver content is divided into two forms of silver; ionic silver and silver particles. Ionic silver solutions are … Continue reading What is Colloidal Silver?

What about that yellow color?

Many of my experiments at higher current produced a yellow product or an clear product that turned yellow after a few hours. [Agglomeration or crystallization] I stored it alongside clear samples for several months and found that the yellow had deposited on the glass of the container leaving the suspension clear. [Photo] Color is an … Continue reading What about that yellow color?

What particle size does our colloidal silver contain?

NO CS generator that uses electricty and water makes particles AT ALL. They emit ON LY ions [Ag+] and anions [OH-] “Particles” form after the ions and anions are emitted and come in *ranges of sizes* according to water conditions. Barring reactions with water contaminants, particles will consist of Silver Hydroxide [AgOH], Silver Oxide [AgO] … Continue reading What particle size does our colloidal silver contain?

What is PPM

Parts Per Million. [one part silver to one million parts water] [micrograms of silver per cubic centimeter of water by molecular weight] PPM has nothing to do with particle size. PPM is measured by comparative weight. There are instruments available that measure Total Dissolved Solids via a conductivity reference but the calibration is for a … Continue reading What is PPM