Quote Originally Posted by Kirk Keyes View Post
Ray, I now see those links do not work... try this one by Carey Lea himself:
http://books.google.com/books?id=K5M...lver#PPA342,M1

And another contemporary one - that mentions that Rochelle salt and hydroxide is one of many ways which to make Carey Lea's blue allotropic (collodial) silver:
http://books.google.com/books?id=zZM...otropic+silver

It seems to me I was making the blue form when silvering the mirrors as a side product.
Kirk,

Can you explain to me how this site works?
I mean when I go there, I have never been able to get any real value out of it... perhaps there is a difference in the way we are interfacing the material...

Are you able to see whole pages? The entire article?

I am using a Japanese (there doesn't seem to be a choice) google interface that makes it extreamly lame!

Are we seeing the same thing?
I can't imagine you would even post this link if this is all you are seeing.

Ray