Particle Size is extremely significant when it comes down to dealing with pathogens.
Atomic particles in distilled water cannot be analyzed using the conventional analytical processes that apply to nanoparticles. The reason for this is because atomic size particles are too small to be seen even with an electron microscope, they are so small that they do not reflect light because they are smaller than light waves. A destructive test needs to be done to verify metal content, with ICP Plasma Arc Spectrometer.
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 colors.
Then there is the "Zoom Factor" in their pictures
to consider; they can zoom out, and "screen capture" the image to make
it look like their products have super small particles.