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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Chemical Silver production
« Last post by wgpeters on Yesterday at 12:37:20 PM »
Yes, very similar to making colloidal gold from gold chloride.
I once made colloidal silver from silver oxide powder.  But, it took a month for the silver oxide to dissolve.

The problem is that the only silver compound that easily dissolves and has high solubility is silver nitrate.  You can make colloidal silver from that, but there is no way to remove the sodium nitrates which results from reducing the silver nitrate.  Does that matter?  I don't know, but I doubt it because sodium nitrate is used to cure meats.

You would of course control ppm by careful accurate weighing of the silver coumpound you used.
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Colloidal Silver Production / Chemical Silver production
« Last post by Dean on Yesterday at 10:31:56 AM »
What would the process be / what would you need to make colloidal silver without electrolysis?
I thinking it would be along the lines of colloidal gold but how would you control particle size and ppm.

Just thinking....
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Colloidal Gold Production / Re: CG Color
« Last post by Bobby on November 12, 2018, 08:33:04 PM »
Thank you Kephra, your the guy with the eye so feel good to keep on taking my CG.  It’s just the second week. As you know very well, it a constant battle to keep on a routine.  Well it is for me anyway.  I think I’ll start a new thread and see what other members thing about our latest journey through this medical system.

Bobby
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Colloidal Gold Production / Re: CG Color
« Last post by kephra on November 12, 2018, 11:43:20 AM »
I don't see any purple.... looks red to me.
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Colloidal Gold Production / Re: CG Color
« Last post by Bobby on November 12, 2018, 11:37:37 AM »
1 more time.  Is this ruby red or does it have a purple to it?
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Colloidal Gold Production / Re: Hello Again!
« Last post by wgpeters on November 11, 2018, 08:19:45 PM »
 The colloidal gold has to be hot enough to melt gelatin when you add the gelatin mixture.  Once you add the gelatin mixture, the capping will be complete in a few minutes.
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Colloidal Gold Production / Re: Hello Again!
« Last post by dojidude on November 11, 2018, 06:09:46 PM »
Great! found it. I will try using karo syrup sounds super simple. last question: Sounds like the colloidal gold is capped after the reaction has taken place, when it is still warm. Is this correct? I plan on using distilled water to make the gelatin mixture.
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Colloidal Gold Production / Re: Hello Again!
« Last post by kephra on November 11, 2018, 05:28:59 PM »
The instructions for colloidal gold using gold chloride are in the section
Kephra's Colloidal Silver & Gold Notebook

To gelatin cap:
Make gelatin solution by dissolving 1 gram of gelatin in 250ml of water or 20 ppm colloidal silver, and heat until dissolved.
Add an appropriate amount of this solution (try 1 tablespoon for each 250ml/cup of warm (140F) colloidal silver  or colloidal gold, and allow to stand and cool for at least an hour.

Store unused gelatin in the refrigerator, and replace frequently to avoid spoilage.
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Colloidal Gold Production / Hello Again!
« Last post by dojidude on November 11, 2018, 04:50:56 PM »
Hello Kephra,
I had much success in the past with colloidal gold; (gold chloride, washing soda, maltodextrin, distilled water technique).
I no longer have the recipe. Also, I want to advance my own technique in order to cap the colloids with the gelatin technique.
first question is what is the recipe to prepare the washing soda solution,
what is the original recipe
what is the recipe using gelatin.
I cannot find it on the site now. If there is a reason for this I understand. I do want to obtain this information from you though.
It worked so well in the past.
Thank you,
Tony
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Colloidal Gold Production / Re: CG Color
« Last post by Josie29 on November 10, 2018, 04:04:31 PM »
Bobby:  I have a Mac. I pulled up a photo I saved. When I pulled it up / clicked on it ... the top menu showed "Preview" in bold on the left ... with other items to its right.  Under 'Tools' go to 'Adjust Size.' You can change Image Dimensions to fit the required file size (shown towards the bottom 'Resulting Size').
Of course all of this is assuming that what I have you have!
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