Thanks to Pelgrim for sharing a link to this video which comes from the Laboratory of Experimental Physics — also known as “TET” — in Ukraine.
This laboratory has been involved in a wide variety of research projects in rather unconventional areas over the years, and now they are looking at Rossi’s E-Cat as an area to explore. Their website provides details of their research activities in the LENR area.
One project involves efforts to replicate Rossi and Parkhomov — with an important difference. Here’s a quote from their website:
“The main difference between our research from the experiments of Alexander Parkhomov and Andrea Rossi is the fact that we use as a sorbent metal — titanium. When hydrogen absorbtion of titanium we observed similar effects of excess heat. When applying hydrogen pressure in the reaction zone precluding sorbtion we observed temperature rises of titanium powder to 50-70 degrees C and this cannot be explained by the chemical nature of the reaction”
There’s no measurement data to go along with the video, so all we have to go on is the commentary from the narrators. There’s perhaps some information here that can be useful to replicators and give ideas for further experimentation.