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I edited the post, can you check the process method and give feedback?

Because in my countrty a lot people using this method beaceuse of a man claims he is the best, but i think he's joke. I have to warn the people to not to use it or use it.
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Your PSU really needs 3 decimal digits or get a meter. [.01A could be anywhere between 10mA & 19mA depending on spec.]
Yes, this is true. I have one of these generators and you have to use a separate ammeter to determine the amperage.
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Yes, the colour looks good, but a bit weak. You should check the Articles, they have all the information you would need.
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Hi,

I'm new here. Researching for the true formula for colloidals in general brought me to here. I'm open for any idea that makes sense. And Mr. Kephra's ideas makes sense to me. Looking forward to learn more.

I've used the i think ionic silver method till today. Most of the time i've good yellow color, sometimes i've got very dense yellow and sometimes just clear water.

Is yellow color refer to colloidal silver in any situtation? Or whether or not you got yellow color, unless you produce it with real colloidal formula, you got the ionic silver?

I'm posting the pics, waiting for your comments and information thanks.

Produce Method:

48V DC - 0,02A (20ma) max. for 1 Liter, total time is 2 Hours 30 minutes.

Two of 15cm length, one is 2,7mm other one is 3mm thick, square shaped, .999 pure silver electrodes. The gap between electrodes: 3.2cm  at top, 3.7mm at bottom.

Used magnetic stirrer at medium speed.

I submerge the electrodes to the DW (i produce DW via reverse osmosis system with deionizer filter after the membrane), and start the process

For 1,5 hours from begining there is hardly ant ampere drawn by the electrodes. Generally between 10-20ma,  Max. ampere i've got till today is 30ma.

In general i'm stopping the process around 18-19ppm. And after filtration with 2.5 microns Whatman lab filter and wait for 1 or 2 days it drops to 10-11 ppm. I'm using TDS meter.
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I'll be using a DC power supply which can use a constant voltage and current, see the picture attached to this message. for this matter if you ever used this equipment what setting for voltage and current should i use to have high quality colloidal silver. I'll be making a 20 ppm colloidal silver solution.

Your PSU really needs 3 decimal digits or get a meter. [.01A could be anywhere between 10mA & 19mA depending on spec.]

tony
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Always use colloidal silver and not ionic solutions. your constant current generator is fine. use 20 make or less, set constant current. use as big an anode as you can with a piece of copper wire as the cathode.
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I have few questions. I already read the numbered articles.

which is better ionic colloidal silver or reduced colloidal silver? why? is it good to use on pets too?

I'll be using a DC power supply which can use a constant voltage and current, see the picture attached to this message. for this matter if you ever used this equipment what setting for voltage and current should i use to have high quality colloidal silver. I'll be making a 20 ppm colloidal silver solution.


you dont need to elaborate for the explanation just pin points will be fine.
this might help---https://www.cgcsforum.org/index.php?topic=3902.msg33143#msg33143
also do you have a heated magnetic stirrer, how tall is your production vessel,what size electrodes do you have?
In addition to reading the articles i think using the search function will be very helpful to seek out old posts that will definately help you
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Colloidal Gold Production / Re: Colloidal Gold using Gold Chloride
« Last post by cfnisbet on May 22, 2019, 11:23:23 AM »
Colloidal Silver made using silver nitrate is very acidic and horrible stuff. Laboratories make it this way because it is easy in the absence of proper knowledge.

Definitely not the way to go.
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carlodelmo,

   Really you MUST read and reread the articles until you have a very good understanding of the processes and how all the different methods work.  Then you get a much better understanding of what processes are happening and why!  You will become more at ease when you see something happening during the cooking process and you know what’s happening.  Both in basic and experimental aspects of the process.

  It’s a great deal of fun and you will reap great rewards helping yourself amiind others to live a healthier and more productive lives.  But it does take a good bit of time, patience and figuring out where you went wrong or what made ‘this or that’ happen!

  I’m keep finding out that there is a great more to learn in this relatively easy process of producing colloidal silver or (AgNP) if you will.  It takes a lot of finesse, in get the perfect solution of colloidal silver.  And I think that’s a big part of the process that separates those of us who just wants to say I made colloidal silver and those of us who want to put out the best AgNPs out there!

   It’s a matter of having pride in your work and always striving for perfection.  There is a lot of rewards, whether it’s for you, your family, a stranger or for money in you pocket!

  It is a great hobby and a way to help others.  This is a great forum with so many knowledgeable members that YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO MAKE ‘TOP SHELF’ AgNPs

  But studying, reading, asking questions, having the right equipment & supplies will make you an expert.  The ways put forward on this forum, on the production of high quality colloidal silver,  CANNOT BE EQUALED!   

   You have found the pot of gold!  Now do something wonderful with it!  This world needs you!

Bobby
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All is explained in the Articles section.  Keep reading.
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