I never realised that the peculiar properties of water are more complex when combined with the production of reconstituted quantum nano silver suspended in water than first thought. Being well aware of the most obvious ionic states H + and OH - when subjected to voltage potentials exceeding the equilibrium voltage of water at 1.23 volts, something about this does not make any sense. Science tells us that for every ion there must also exist a counter ion, but judging from the way current is measured in water such an electrical balance does not appear to exist.
During initial experimentation with so-called colloidal silver in 2008, it was soon realised that what was then known as a dispersion of colloidal silver nanoparticles was in fact an electrical suspension of collections of nanometre sized atomic silver clusters. When assessing properties of this material and commercial pure water, issues with digital instruments led to anomalies being identified and thus to the development of entirely new approaches.