The metal was cast in a previously heated crucible and the slag in another crucible.
It was found, that the slag had much fiuid and ran easily (from the furnace).
The undersigned reassembled on that same day at 3 p. m. with a view of examining the metal which had been obtained and the cooled slag.
They found the existence of a sound and homogeneous ingot of metal weighing 4.62 Kilos.
The slag was black and had glassy lustre.
Messrs Gin and Petitalot have both taken a sample of the original iron ore, slag and metal with a view of analysing of the same, which shall afterwards be attached to the present Official Report.
Drawn up at Aix-La-Chappelle in as many copies as the number of the undersigned.
(Signed) W. BORCHERS.
G. VAN MUSSCHENBROEK.
. J. J. loke.
Aix La-chappelle, December 12. 1906.
* See page 1 and 8.