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Re: Serious Question for the Experts . . .
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Re: Serious Question for the Experts . . .

Mr Cuddley,

Atom size for particles & ions are identical, atomic symbol HG. The only difference is that ions have a positive charge because they have a different number of electrons than protons. called HG(+) or HG(-) The particle has no charge because the number of electrons are equal to the protons, HG.

When making Colloidal Silver , atoms are stripped from the silver if low current is used ( 1 milliamp) If a high current is used such as 50 milliamps, then large chunks of silver are stripped from the silver anode, we call this Silver MUD, where the laser beam shines brilliantly in a lighted room.

The larger the silver bar, then the higher we can set the max current without stripping chunks of silver from the bar. Our on site genius Esstee found a very nice formula to calculate the max current for the surface area of the bar:

"Esstee says,... The max current rating is proportionate to your electrode size. More specifically your Anode(positive electrode). And the rule of thumb on this is typically 1mAh per/sq. inch of wetted electrode.
Example: //

Even though I am using a 1 oz silver bar, I am still setting MAX current to only 2 milliamps to guarantee nano particles ( where I could use 15 milliamps to speed production). I love the results where the laser beam can barely be seen in a dark room for 20ppm silver, where 20ppm is confirmed by a calibrated Hanna PWM Meter compared to a known 20ppm solution of CS.

Hope this helps,

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