To detect Atomic Particles in distilled water, they have to be made into larger particles that can be measured. To accomplish this assignment, a Destructive Test has to be implemented in which the solution will no longer be the same as it originally was before the destructive test was applied.
The use of a Plasma Arc ICP Spectrometer was employed to do this test; it emits a plasma flame into the solution so that a transformation of atomic particles to ionic particles as well as some evaporation occurs and are converted and counted as nanoparticles.
This process then enables the nanoparticles to be measured and calculated.
However, because the Plasma Arc also causes the solution to evaporate, and the atomic particles are attached to the water molecules, the process causes an enormous loss of PPM that cannot be accounted for because atomic particles also evaporated into the air along with the water molecules.
Interestingly, if you were to evaporate very slowly to half of the solution where the evaporation process is not violent or destructive, the PPM will double.
The above explains why the Plasma Arc ICP Spectrometer process is not completely an accurate process for proving Atomic Particle PPM or particle size, there is is no known method to count atomic particles in distilled water.
When you read the report, it will show a low PPM of 100 nm and under, those are some of the atoms that were fused together into nanoparticles, the good thing is that this reports confirms metal content and confirms our reading of High PPM.
We have recently found out that testing facilities prohibit the public display of their Laboratory Test Results since they do not want to appear as to endorsing a product. They have asked us to remove their name, logo and company information since it is a violation of their terms and conditions.
Atomic Particles are measured in Angstroms and the silver atomic particle is smaller than an Angstrom, An Angstrom would equal 0.1 nm, that would be one dot from the pictures shown above from Stanford University.
Looking at the report, you will find the element Iridium. Iridium is one of the hardest elements on Earth, yet we were able to make a High PPM concentration of Iridium Atomic Particles Suspended in Distilled Water, they are not just any atomic particles, they are in fact monatomic, with a reverse spin of normal Iridium Atoms!
This fact alone is remarkable by itself since we are not LIMITED and BOXED INTO only selling one kind of product as many others are.
The fact that our products are so pure enables us to mix and match different blends of noble metal elements without spoilage, and without fear of chemical side effects.
Please See the Atoms vs. Nanos page find out more about the specifics of atoms and ions. Also see Atoms Theory web page to see why colloidal noble metal atoms make sense.