The Lithium Proteus image on the left has a Proteon labeled ¾c – 3h, and an optional Proteon labeled ¼c – 3h, These show the areas where a Proteon may intersect with the Lithium Proteus. In this example the Lithium Proteus is spinning perpendicular to its external velocity (ExV). The light blue and dark blue bands show the range of motion that the Proteon may have and not accelerate to the next Ion of Lithium. Acceleration within these bands will not allow the Proteon to escape to another energy level. Only acceleration greater than that range allows movement to another energy level. This Ionization Potential of the Lithium atom at ¾c – 2h is 24.59 eV. The single ¾c – 1h Lithium Proteon band is bonded as great as possible to the Lithium Proteus. Acceleration within the bands, labeled 1 and c, will always return to ¾c – 1h. The bond is the greatest possible because it is closest to the y-axis, making Helium very stable. The Ionization Potential of the Lithium atom at ¾c – 1h is 54.416 eV. Looking at the types of Lithium ions, Lithium + 3 (3Li) is related to ¾c – 2h. Lithium + 4 (4Li) is related to ¾c – 1h. Lithium + 4 (4Li) is by far the most common Lithium ion, making up about 99.99986% of the Lithium on earth.