Lkhagvajva et. al. 2011
“The results have demonstrated that water bound silver dispersions show a pronounced antibacterial effect,
as evidenced by a very low concentration of 2–4 PPM of silver particles against all tested microorganisms.
This very high activity could be related to the advantages induced through the water bound method since very
small silver particles were obtained which makes them very active against microorganisms. SEM investigations
of the morphology changes of those bacteria showed that the surfaces of the cell walls of both bacteria were
disrupted by Ag nanoparticles.”