Hey thank you, "aggregation" got me looking in new areas of research.
I found that you can reverse aggregation simply by diluting, however I'm not sure that a very practical answer as I'm trying to create a set strength of solution the same as the original one that aggregated, (the original solution was made to a set percentage and the material aggregated out so what's stopping it happen again)?
I have yet to find out if raising the temperature or stirring, say with a magnetic stirrer, will aid re-dissolving the aggregated material?
Does aggregated material change in someway, e.g. diluting the solution or raising the temperature break down big clumps but leave groups of molecules aggregated?