Atomic Particles Can Penetrate Pathogens at the Cellular Level
1. The dimension of an atomic sized particle is about 1/ 250 millionth of an inch in size. This is at least ten times smaller than the smallest nanoparticle of one nanometer in size and over 9,900 times smaller than a micron.
Without a doubt, Silver Atoms are the smallest particle size achievable when it comes down to Colloidal Silver products.
2. Atomic particles in distilled water cannot be analyzed using the conventional analytical processes. The testing methods utilized to test colloidal silver nanoparticles do not work when applied to atomic-sized particles. The reason for this is because atomic size particles are too small to be seen even with an electron microscope. A destructive test needs to be done to verify metal content, with ICP Plasma Arc Spectrometer.
3. The Colloidal Silver Atoms (and other metals) can be heated, exposed to the sun, UV Rays, X-Rays, refrigerated, and even frozen. Allowing the frozen product to thaw out, will also demonstrate that nothing will precipitate to the bottom of the container.
4. Our atomic particle colloidal solutions can be slowly evaporated to half of the original amount of solution and the PPM concentration will double.
Nanoparticle Images with TEM Electron Microscopes:
Many companies promote their Low PPM Products with images that are done with an electron Microscope.
If you look carefully, you will see that their particles sizes are not consistent and can be tiny specs to massive nanoparticles that are over 300 nm.
That is because their electrolysis is basically two silver electrodes under the water that barely touch, the electricity breaks down the particles, but it does not do it uniformly. There is NO way to control what the electrodes produces in the Ionic and nanoparticle products, and that is why you see color variations from opaque to dark collors. Then there is the "Zoom Factor" in their pictures to consider; they can zoom in and zoom out to make it look like their products have super small particles.