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Colloidal (Kol-oid-al) chemistry
is not new, but it is not widely known about or understood by
the general public. Simply said, a colloid refers to a substance
that exists as ultra-fine particles that are suspended in a medium
of different matter. The colloidal state is the state of a solute
(mineral or other substance such as a paint pigment) in a solution
when its molecules do not separate into atoms as with a true
solution (sodium chloride or salt separates into separate sodium
and chloride atoms while in solution), but rather they remain
grouped together to form solute particles.
The presence of these inorganic
colloidal particles, which are approximately one hundred-thousandth
to one ten-millionth of a centimeter in diameter (about 400 thousandths
to four millionths of an inch), can often be detected by means
of an electron microscope. As a result of the grouping of the
molecules, a solute in the colloidal state cannot pass through
a suitable semipermeable membrane and gives rise to negligible
osmotic pressure (they will pass through filter paper), depression
of freezing point and elevation of boiling point effects.
These ultra-fine particles of
the colloid are just barely larger than most molecules and so
small they can't be seen with the naked eye - about one billion
of these colloid particles would fit into a cubic 0.01 of an
The "solution" part
of a colloid provides a solid, gas or liquid medium in which
the colloid particles are suspended. The suspended particles
in a colloid can also be a solid, a gas or a liquid
Solutions were classified
by H Freundlich (1925) into three categories:
- True solutions
- Colloidal solutions
- Emulsions and suspensions.
The four part method of classifying
solutions is as follows:
- Identify particle size.
- Determine presence of Brownian
movement (random movement of particles suspended in liquids or
gasses resulting from the impact of molecules of the fluid surrounding
- Ability to pass through filter
- Level of solubility
In 1975, S. S. Voyutsky (a Russian)
wrote the classic text on colloidal chemistry. Voyutsky referred
to solutions as "molecular dispersion systems" and
"heterogeneous highly dispersed colloidal systems."
The exact point between the molecular
and colloidal degrees of dispersion cannot be established because
the transition from molecularly dispersed systems to coarsely
dispersed systems is a continuous range.
A colloidal system must have
three basic characteristics:
- It must be heterogeneous (consists
of dissimilar ingredients or constituents).
- The system must be multi-phasic
(i.e.solid/liquid, gas/liquid, etc.).
- The particles must be insoluble
(do not dissolve in the solution).
Each one of these classifications
interunique qualities. The interesting thing about colloids is
that they remain heterogeneous, multi-phasic and insoluble at
different concentrations as long as a larger number if not all
of the particles are within the range of sizes of colloids (
In to 100n).
The molecular groups or particles
of the colloid solute carry a resultant electrical charge, generally
of the same sign (negative) for all of the particles. A small
percentage of these inorganic colloids will pass through the
intestine of a living animal or human because a natural chelating
process takes place in the gut in the presence of protein-containing
Inorganic colloidal material
which readily passes through filter paper may be separated from
dissolved substances, such as starch, sugar or salt, by placing
the mixture of mineral colloid and non colloid in a parchment
shell surrounded by distilled water. The inorganic colloids are
"too large" to pass through the membrane, but the molecules
of salt, starch and sugar or any other dissolved substance pass
readily through the semipermeable membrane (they separate into
individual atoms or very small molecules). This kind of separation
process is called dialysis.
In the process of digestion the
inorganic minerals in food or supplements soon become inorganic
colloids and as an inorganic colloid they cannot penetrate the
intestinal wall to enter the blood stream. In the presence of
amino acids a small percentage of the inorganic colloids form
chelated minerals and organic colloids which are able to be dialyzed
through the mucus membranes of the intestinal walls into the
blood stream - this form of bio available mineral state is known
as a "crystalloid."
Crystalloids or organic colloids
readily pass through cell walls, while non-organic colloids are
"too large." Additionally we must remember that in
the living organism there are other physiological forces at work
which interfere with or modify the expected osmotic phenomenon.
Colloidal mineral supplements
and commercial colloids are found in four different forms:
- Unprotected colloids are made
of bare "rock flour," this is the form of inorganic
metallic colloid found in sea bed minerals, clays, "soils,"
and "Glacial Milk." This form of inorganic colloid
is in fact a metallic mineral and is only available to plants
when there is a healthy soil population of bacteria and fungi.
- The second type of mineral colloid
is found in the living systems of bacteria, fungi, green plants
(food crops), animals and humans and is coated by a water loving
(hydrophilic) substance such as gelatin, albumin, albuminoids,
or collagen. This coating protects the now "organic mineral
colloid" and allows it to be a crystalloid for absorption,
storage and physiological uses and thus maximizing its bioavailabiIity
to 98 %.
- The third type of organic mineral
colloid has a protective coating of carbon with a molecular chain
length of 10 to 12 carbon atoms. This type of colloid is also
found in bacteria, fungi, plants (including some forms of petrified
wood), animals and humans and is thought to be the most stable
form of natural organic mineral colloid.
- The fourth type of mineral colloid
is not found in nature, but rather is manufactured industrially
by coating the metallic colloid with sulfated castor oil ( lipophillic
or fat or oil loving) to form commercial detergents.
Doctor Joel Wallach
statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products
are not intented to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Please contact your physician.
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