Mutual attraction holds one hundred ultimatons together in the constitution of the electron; and there are never more nor less than one hundred ultimatons in a typical electron.  There are ten modified forms of the electron caused by losses of ultimatons.  35,000,000°F of heat, in association with certain gravity pressures, as the electronic boiling point.  Chemical behavior is wholly dependent on the activity of the freely revolving electrons. 
Some of the reddish stars have a density at the center that has resulted in bringing the orbits of the basic material units closer and closer together until they now closely approach the status of electronic condensation.  As the ultimatons aggregate into electrons, condensation occurs with a consequent storage of energy. 
Orbital shifting of electrons results in the ejection or the absorption of very definite and uniform measurable particles of light-energy, while the individual electron always gives up a particle of light-energy when subjected to collision.  Heat is the measurement of electronic activity. 
The 30 innermost orbital electrons have individuality, but their energy systems tend to intermingle, extending from electron to electron and well-nigh from orbit to orbit. The last ten electrons are able to escape more or less freely from the control of the mother nucleus.  Mesotrons disintegrate into electrons, releasing a lot of unexpected radioactive energy.  In Orvonton it has never been possible naturally to assemble over one hundred orbital electrons in one atomic system.  Electrons orbit at same relative distance from nucleus as planets around sun.  The orbital velocities of electrons are beyond human imagination. 
Ultimatons, electrons, and other mass aggregations of energy are uniform particles of matter, and in their transit through space they really proceed in direct lines.  When an electron is suddenly stopped, the resultant electromagnetic commotion produces the X ray; the X ray is that disturbance.  When electrons pass from higher to lower energy levels of orbital revolution, quanta are always given off. 
Each atom is a trifle over 1/100,000,000th of an inch in diameter, while an electron weighs a little more than 1/2,000th of the smallest atom, hydrogen. 
Physical conditions may be greatly altered because the electron spin is sometimes in the opposite direction from that of the grosser matter behavior, even in the same physical zone.  Atoms and electrons are subject to gravity.  The power centers and their associates are much concerned in the work of transmuting the ultimaton into the circuits and revolutions of the electron.  An X-ray-stimulated electron takes 500,000 years to reach sun’s surface.  Ultimatonic axial revolution determines the negative or positive reactions. 
See also: UB 42:3.5.