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The Gold Leaf Lady and Other Parapsychological Investigations$

Stephen E. Braude

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9780226071527

Published to Chicago Scholarship Online: March 2013

DOI: 10.7208/chicago/9780226071534.001.0001

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(p.179) Appendix 1: Nist Analysis of Katie Foil

(p.179) Appendix 1: Nist Analysis of Katie Foil

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The Gold Leaf Lady and Other Parapsychological Investigations
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Table A1. Summary of Katie foil analysis

Samples

Mn

Ni

As

Ag

Cd

Sn

Pb

Bi

10/2/86

nose

5.19

57.66

5.78

30.66

23.35

32.31

16.39

0.12

12/15/86

?

1.95

51.14

6.77

34.05

29.60

31.25

19.16

0.24

2/5/87

tongue, lips

2.24

36.66

4.76

25.08

20.57

23.31

29.69

0.11

3/29/87

?

6.39

40.73

6.87

36.73

29.47

37.13

23.00

0.16

4/5/87

body

4.12

41.56

7.20

34.60

28.21

29.49

27.57

0.29

5/7/87

abdomen, back

3.83

60.29

6.85

33.92

27.18

36.59

22.88

0.23

3/17/88

face

3.61

62.16

7.21

35.59

27.77

34.03

99.79

0.12

4/12/88

abdomen

6.70

41.87

6.90

39.21

30.54

33.59

17.54

1.77

6/23/88

abdomen

5.68

42.52

8.52

37.57

28.04

33.27

30.15

0.18

Controls

34670.00

19.32

106.00

18.00

70.57

1.51

33.83

51.26

1.88

35684.00

25.64

104.33

16.20

69.70

1.19

49.12

56.18

2.08

35690.00

21.47

132.71

14.78

70.29

0.23

47.99

47.17

1.88

() units of metals are given in concentrated ppm (parts per million).

This table shows the concentration of various elements in different samples of the Katie foil. The control measurements were made on three samples of a commercially purchased foil to give an idea of the reproducibility of the measurement technique. There is no question that the Katie foil was the same throughout all samples, based on the similarity of all the element concentrations. (p.180)