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Production Techniques and Chemistry => Questions and Comments about Articles => Topic started by: pimentel5000 on August 24, 2020, 02:44:19 AM

Title: 320 ppm with gelatin x 15 mA
Post by: pimentel5000 on August 24, 2020, 02:44:19 AM
Friends, I have learned a lot on this site, I am very happy for that. I have a question, I read a lot in the articles on this site, I may not have seen where it is written. taking into account the photo attached with the Kephra formula for 320 ppm, the formula in the photo shows 15 mA (amperage), I wonder if with "" 15 mA "" to make 320 ppm with gelatin I will have colloids within the size of quality 10 to 20 nM, I have 1.5 inches of distance between the electrodes according to the formula in the photo. The length of my silver electrodes is 5.9 inches and the thickness is 0.590551 inches (1.5 millimeters), the drawing geometry of the electrode rod is a long square. With 15 mA to 320 ppm following the formula in the photo (kephra) plus the information above can I have quality colloids between 10 to 20 nM? I'm trying to reconcile quality with production time. I thank you all for your patience, thank you.
Title: Re: 320 ppm with gelatin x 15 mA
Post by: kephra on August 24, 2020, 04:07:31 AM
Current does not determine particle size, the main factor is the stabilizer.
Published lab data says gelatin stabilizer gives smaller size closer to 10nm
Title: Re: 320 ppm with gelatin x 15 mA
Post by: pimentel5000 on August 24, 2020, 11:37:26 PM
Current does not determine particle size, the main factor is the stabilizer.
Published lab data says gelatin stabilizer gives smaller size closer to 10nm


@Kephra, it is a great pleasure to be able to learn from you and the colleagues from this site !!! I understood perfectly, it was very enlightening. Thank you very much !!!
Title: Re: 320 ppm with gelatin x 15 mA
Post by: Gene on August 25, 2020, 09:20:50 PM
Yup, this site is really a diamond in the rough.

Its the only concise treatise on making colloidal silver by the electolysis method we've found, not to mention the information on making CG.