A cup of coffee with milk and sugar is not coffee, but coffee, milk and sugar in a proportional relationship. Likewise, colloidal silver containing silver ions and unwanted contaminants cannot be seen as relatively pure colloidal silver for the same reason. Neither should colloidal silver be referred to as particles, when in reality it is made up of atomic clusters, suspended in an aqueous media such as water.
Colloidal silver and AGNPs produced in a myriad of different ways for decades, are dead, never having been scientifically described, banned by Authorities in most Countries and now without any identity other than convenient ‘Buzzwords’ without any meaning. It started out being referred to as colloidal silver particles that are neither a colloid nor consisting of particles.