Molecular hydrino was directly identified in the gas from the SunCell®. To remove the high masking background from hydrogen that floods the gas chromatograph, we used argon as a selective solvent for hydrino, allowed the gas to vaporize, and injected the gas on a chromatographic column with argon as the carrier gas. The molecular hydrino peak was early relative to the hydrogen peak demonstrating that molecular hydrino has a faster migration time than hydrogen. See attached slide. No prior known gas has a faster migration time and a higher thermal conductivity than hydrogen and helium which is characteristic of and identifies molecular hydrino. Molecular hydrino is also observed by heating a thin film of gallium oxide formed in the SunCell® with water addition to the hydrino reaction plasma to serve as the source of atomic H and HOH catalyst. As shown previously in the June 4th What’s New post, the collected film with absorbed hydrino was heated to release molecular hydrino gas, and the gas was injected onto the chromatographic column with helium as the carrier gas. The higher thermal conductivity of molecular hydrino gas was confirmed by the observation of an early negative peak. A negative peak indicates a higher thermal conductivity than the helium carrier gas. The hydrogen peak was positive, so molecular hydrino was shown to be more conductive than both helium and hydrogen.