I'm well read on the CS making process (so much so that I think it has caused permanent brain damage with all the conflicting views I've encountered.)
I'm looking for an answer from an experienced CS maker/user who has gotten results from treating ailments with their product whatever the method they use to make it (homemade or purchased CS generator).
Here's my question:
At Silvergen, they say in subdued light you want a VERY FAINT tyndall effect with no "sparklies"
Silverwell website agrees with the "no sparklies" but shows a picture of a VERY STRONG Tyndall that is dense and matte in the daylight, (not subdued light). And, the Silverwell website's sample of a good tyndall is similar to the sample on the Silvergen site in the over cooked brown batch.
But I get a tyndall effect with sparklies BEFORE I get the dense/matte tyndall. The sparklies are first but, according to many sites, sparklies in your Tyndall indicate agglomeration. My finished product, whether a sparklie or a matte tyndall is usually clear.
1 - Is this unusual to get sparklies first and then matte?
2 - If the finished product is clear, does it matter whether the tyndall is sparklie or dense? Doesn't clear mean agglomeration has NOT occurred?
Thanks for your help.
P.S. I make my CS with 9999 silver, four 9volts and pure distilled water and the process I use is both with and without the voltmeter to limit the current.