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Re: How much cold can silver take?
 
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Re: How much cold can silver take?


I wouldn't imagine it will make any difference. If the water gets colder I would expect the random movement of the ions to slow down thus not agglomerate forming more, or larger, particles. I can't imagine home produced stuff to have any issue due to the ion particle ratio.

I'm no physicist or chemist but usually the warmer a solvent gets the more the solute will be able to move freely around in the solvent, hence the colder it gets the less that solute {in this case Ag+ ions] moves around randomly? Why do some heat their water up before or whilst brewing, I would say your answer lies in there somewhere.

A solution of higher ion content I wouldn't expect will have problems compared to a higher particle content solution?

This is just my supposition as a layman.
 

 
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