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“INDIUM (Plate XIII, 3) repeats the segments of gallium exactly, save in the substitution of a sixteen-atomed body for the seven-atomed cone of the left-hand segment, and a fourteen-atomed body for the five-atomed corresponding one in gallium.”
“In the lowest body of type A the "cigar" has vanished, and is represented by a seven-atomed crystalline form.”
“The seven-atomed cone becomes two triangles united by a single atom, and on the meta level these form a ring round the unit; on the hyper they form three duads and a unit.”
“It will be seen that the star is a very complicated body, and in each of its six points the two five-atomed spheres revolve round the seven-atomed cone.”
“META-NEON (Plate XX, 3 and 6) differs from its comrade by the insertion of an additional atom in each of the groups included in the second body within its arm, and substituting a seven-atomed group for one of the triplets in neon.”
“The cross in tellurium is identical with that in cadmium, except that the centre is seven-atomed instead of four-atomed.”
“On the proto level the two "snakes" divide; the brilliant disks are seven-atomed, but are differently arranged, the positive snake having the atoms arranged as in the iodine ovoids, whereas the negative snake has them arranged as in a capital H.”
“The sixteen rings set free from the four _a_, after gyrating round the central body, now become a sphere, break up, as in occultum (see p. 44) into a meta seven-atomed ring and an eight-atomed double cross, and so on to the hyper level.”
“The lowest seven-atomed sphere of the three at the base is the same as we met with in copper.”
“The faces separate on the meta level and give three seven-atomed figures, and each of these breaks up into two triplets and a unit.”
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