22. Relationship: an account of the way one or several nuclides result from the decay of a radionucleide
23. Void: apparently beyond the setís experimental confines, or outside the law being investigated
24. Zoom on: have a closer look (as a photographer would with a zoom lens) at an object in the hope of finding details (properties) not visible otherwise
25. Sonication: treatment with high-frequency sound waves i.e. vibrations of the same nature as sound but of much too high a frequency (higher than 20kHz) to be heard
26. Longitudinal transfer: incorporating an homeopathic solution into a larger volume of its own solvent (in this case, water)
27. Transversal transfer: putting an homeopathic solution into a different medium (in this case, lactose)
28. Homothetic: The T2 profile obtained from homeopathic solutions daughter products is found in media to which solutions were transversally passed on. In the image obtained, variations are proportional to those making the original profile.
29. Univocal: having one meaning only (Websterís) and therefore allowing an element of a given set to be associated with one other element only from another set. T2 (or T1) are not univocal as they are only physical parameters able to assume the same value in quite different media.
30. Recursiveness:l is said of a procedure that can repeat itself indefinitely (Websterís); oscillations observed as a result of peroxydase enzymatic attacks on homeopathic solutions call to mind the picture of the non homogeneous structure of these solutions. Beyond a certain stage in dilution the only constituting atoms are waterís oxygen and hydrogen. It seems as though the only difference between one homeopathic solution and the preceeding one would be a new arrangement of masses made up of these two atomic species at the expense of the water in which they dwell. Arrangements would continue ad infinitum every time one would switch from one homeopathic dilution to the next.
31. Photolysis: Chemical decomposition by the action of radiant energy (Websterís); water undergoing photolysis does not give off peroxydes but under the same conditions homeopathic solutions do, as witnesses the transformation of OPD (orthophenylenediamine) into a coloured compound in the presence of peroxydases