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Re: Still having trouble with SilverPuppy
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Re: Still having trouble with SilverPuppy

If you get two batches that remain the same after a week, then it will be more by luck than science.

THIS is why I said producing this stuff is more of an 'art' rather than a 'science' - as you are finding out now.

Purity of DW (no two bottles of DW may be of the same purity, even from the same batch of DW manufactured, and you can't rely on meters as meters are only as accurate as the inaccuracy of the meter, a ball park figure is the best you can hope for with meters), water temperature, whatever will be absorbed into the batch while in production from the atmosphere on the day you produce EIS/CS, which side you parted your hair on the day, and any number of other reasons will make it doubtful you will reproduce a batch to exact specifications or results as the last one.

Times will vary dependant on water temperature.

And that milk thing, and the bread thing, means nothing to me. A batch will consist of high positive charged ion content *immediately* after cessation of production - a batch which has been in storage for days/weeks or months will have lost a percentage of those Ag+ ions to particles, thus when ions hit the milk or bread they probly change into a compound or whatever which probly makes them relatively useless and/or ineffective. Besides which, pollutants from the atmosphere probly affect the experiment anyway.

I've never considered trying those, 'so called' milk and bread experiments because a) they mean nothing to me, and b) you probly need to use a solution that has been in storage for a while, allowing that solution to stabilise before attempting that experiment/s. {opinion}

If you want a good guide...use visual observation. Clear or yellow with NIL floaties or mud in the bottom of your storage vessel after days/weeks or months in storage will tell you that what you have produced is good quality EIS/CS because Zeta potential has ensured all silver remains in suspension. And the strength or brightness of the Tyndall cone as the beam of light is passed thru the liquid from a laser pointer will enable you see the density of particle content and indicate the amount of particle content there will be. Bright refraction of laser light will indicate either plenty of particles or larger particles, dull refraction will indicate lesser particle content or smaller particles.

Laser light does NOT indicate large particles alone. And no matter how bright that refraction of light from particle content when shining through the liquid, it will NOT be because the particles are supposedly 'too large'.

This will be proven if you observe NIL mud or gravel laying in the bottom of your storage vessel after aforesaid time periods. Any particle content is too small for gravity to pull them out of solution!

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