### The data for n = 22

The potential

The picture and a description of the configuration

The Gram minimal eigenvalue projection

The Gram middle eigenvalue projection

The Gram largest eigenvalue projection

The Coulomb view

The points in Mathematica format

potential =185.288

The configuration is the minimum and most commonly occuring of two local minima for n=22. All three Gram eigenvalue projections
show similar bandology of the(1,4,2,2,4,2,2,4,1).

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smallest eigenvalue Gram view

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second largest eigenvalue Gram view

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largest eigenvalue Gram view

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The Coulomb view

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The points
{{-0.305337, -0.833412, -0.460646}, {0.481975, 0.841476,
0.244168}, {-0.689385, -0.707248, 0.156681}, {-0.204716, -0.671714,
0.711963}, {0.469837, -0.693261, -0.546482}, {-0.0403912, 0.67393,
0.73769}, {-0.189333,
0.974776, -0.118176}, {0.908027, -0.418424, -0.020211}, {0.415071,
0.733662, -0.538012}, {-0.995128, -0.0389277,
0.0905794}, {0.189333, -0.974776, 0.118175}, {0.751531, 0.221314,
0.621467}, {0.631945, 0.0288513, -0.774476}, {0.570458, -0.53155,
0.626125}, {-0.680193, 0.631314, 0.372531}, {-0.631945, -0.0288519,
0.774476}, {-0.75153, -0.221315, -0.621468}, {-0.178252,
0.451742, -0.87416}, {0.110227, -0.00147341, 0.993905}, {-0.747094,
0.523487, -0.409649}, {0.942205,
0.311399, -0.123611}, {-0.0573043, -0.270999, -0.960872}}

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Copyright by Neubauer, Schilling, Watkins and Zeitlin (1998).