Colloid – system in which one substance (e.g. silver) is divided into colloidal particles, which are spread within other substance (e.g. water) without creation of chemical bounds with the “solvent’s” particles.
Colloidal Silver (nanosilver) – metallic silver consisting of submicroscopic clusters hanging in clear water thanks to the electrical energy carried by each of the atoms.
Manufacturing of the silver colloid – the substance is created as a result of electric flow through water in which silver electrodes are immersed. Parameters of the colloid substance depend on the properties of electricity, length of the process or purity of the electrodes.