Report: E-Cat Plant Isotope Analysis Data Came From Uppsala University

On the Yahoo group New Vortex, Abd ul-Rahman Lomax has posted a document that he says contains the original fuel analysis of the 1 year E-Cat that was posted on this site earlier this month (see this thread). Lomax writes:

I now have permission to upload the original file I received. The PDF shows the author as Bo Hoistad, one of the Lugano professors, who is at Uppsala University. The file title has that the sample was provided by Rossi, May 11, 2016, when he was apparently at Uppsala (along with Mats Lewan, who reports this on his blog).

The link to the document provided by Lomax is here (although I am not able to open the document here for some reason): https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/newvortex/files/analysis_Rossi_fuel_sample_May_11.pdf

Engineer48 has sent me the document and it is available at this link: http://www.e-catworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/analysis-Rossi-fuel-sample-May-111.pdf

The isotope measurements are the same as reported here earlier, but there is some additional information in this document which reads as follows:

“Isotope composition of a fuel sample obtained from Rossi May 11, 2016

“Preliminary results from a chemical analysis using the Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) method. The ICP-MS is an integrating method giving the average isotopic composition of the whole fuel/ash sample being analyzed. The analysis is made by Jean Pettersson, Inst of Chemistry-BMC, Analytical Chemistry, Uppsala
University”

We know from Mats Lewan that Andrea Rossi visited Sweden recently where he was reportedly looking at a factory building that could be bought for manufacturing E-Cats. It sounds like on this trip he could also have provided a fuel sample for analysis at Uppsala University.

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