3 charged endings, 4 connection points mostly.
This could be in a different configuration also where there are 2 lithium endings like in magnesium. However this is contradicting decay to Gallium. More likely this is the right configuration, however it is not certain yet! More study needed.
note, this is a strange configuration, follows the rules, but is 'unlikely' probably. Relation to abundance? What is it parent element?
Germanium is found in the highest concentration in coal seams. It seems that this "strange" configuration is indeed correct, Germanium looks like it is created due to fusion of Carbon to Nickel....
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