"These are aptly described as solid, liquid and gaseous crystals. Keely does not claim their existence but his data indicates the effects of their combinations. They caused him considerable difficulty during certain stages of his experiments.
The individual molecules constantly oscillate through one third the molecular diameter, with a frequency of 20,000 per second. The range of oscillation inducted molecular substances by the same initial vibration differs in degree, which can be measured in substances and metals and expressed mathematically. This was actually so done in certain substances and metals by Keely, who called this mathematical ratio of frequency transmission the "coincident of transmission."
All quiescent matter consists of compound molecules of different groupings. These groupings are in simple ratios. Each group is surrounded by an envelope in which occur axes of force, according to the form of grouping and this form varies with each substance. The variations in form of the crystals are caused by varying attractions between the different internal molecular elements.
The variations in the mass chords of different substances are caused by non-uniformity of molecular groupings non-uniform plus molecular aggregates. If all molecular groupings were alike, the mass chords of the same form and volume of different substances would be the same.