The best source of CS is from your own generator.
The circuit items:
* one 1 ounce Canadian maple leaf coin .9999 fine silver (or two .9999 silver rods or strips)
* DC voltage source
* two 18" lengths of wire (preferably one red and one black)
* one resistor with approximately 1,000 times the ohms as your voltage source
* alligator clips and/or soldering tools
or nothing if just you want to pinch the connections together (not recommended)
* Large ceramic or glass mug
* Plastic lid from can of peanuts
* 8-16 ounces of distilled water
I will assume that you are using a single 9V battery, 2 alligator clips, and a soldering iron to construct this simple generator.
1) Cut the haggage in half.
2) Cut two well spaced slits smaller than the fattest part of the coin half into the can lid.
3) Shove the halves into the slits from the bottom until they fit snugly, leaving most of the coin dangling.
4) Take one of the wires and solder one end of it to the very tip of one of the coin halves.
5) Do the same with the other wire and the other half.
6) Take one of the wires and solder one end of the 9K ohm resistor (7-11K ohm is fine) to the other end of the (red or black) wire.
7) Solder the other end of the resistor to an alligator clip.
8} Solder the free end of the other wire to the second alligator clip.
9) Fill the mug with distilled water just to below the brim and place the lid on the mug.
10) Connect each alligator clip to a post on the 9V battery
Every half hour or so hold the lid assembly and stir the solution with the coins.
Make sure that neither the solder joint nor the plastic is in contact with the brew and after a few hours you'll have colloidal silver.
"I foresee little future in 'the price of silver', I see a huge future for 'the price in silver'." - heartbone
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