High voltage arcing into water, colloidal silver.

Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by fenceerex, May 4, 2004.

  1. fenceerex

    fenceerex Guest

    I am experimenting with making HVAC colloidal silver.

    One silver electrode submerged in the 1 quart beaker of distilled water.

    Other silver electrode is one half inch above the water. An arc forms for
    me. After half an hour I get a good ppm reading. Am I getting colloidal
    silver in the water or am I getting nitrates in water from the arc?

    With such arcing does the electrode get worn down over time? Does some
    silver come off it? Or any other metal that would be used for such an arc.
    Such as copper or iron?

    (I am being very careful with all this)

    Thanks much
    Fens





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