Hans Laroo Research Areas

Electro-photochemistry, Colloid and Interfacial Science

Fact file: Definition of a Colloid/Colloidal

A homogenous substance dispersed in a second substance or medium. It consists of homogeneous non-crystalline material of large molecules of gels and emulsions or particles, which do not settle out and cannot be separated, filtered or by centrifuging like a suspension would.
A substance that consists of particles dispersed in an aqueous medium and too small to be resolved below 1 micron (1,000nm).

Examples are: toothpaste, milk and smoke (in the air)
Colloidal silver is not a colloid but instead very small atomic clusters (sized below 100nm) in a watery electrical suspension (Zeta potential, an Interfacial charge). Also the clusters are not dispersed particles either unless it relates to finely pulverised metallic silver, which is not a colloid.

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Colloidal Nano Silver-Its Production Method

The past 80 years has seen a plethora of different methods used to produce pretend colloidal silver that more often than not, consists mainly of ionic silver and other chemicals.

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When a Particle is really a Cluster

Little headway has been made for the past eighty years, but with the rise of infectious diseases immune to most of our arsenal of antibiotics.

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Nano Silver, the need for an International Standard

The most recent revival of so­‐called colloidal silver, now known in the abbreviate form as nano silver, was in the 1930-­1940s.

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Nano technology extending into the Pico and quantum realm

Due to ignorance as to what exactly constitutes REAL colloidal silver and the absence of some Standard and highly inaccurate descriptions,

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I am an independent science researcher in the realm of Quantum physics in “nanometer sixed atomic silver clusters in an aqueous electrical suspension”, more popularly known as, ”Nano Colloidal Silver”.

Ipswich Australia 4305, Australia
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