B track

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A B track is a track for B-heptominoes. Since a B-heptomino becomes a Herschel plus a block in twenty generations, the term was more-or-less synonymous with Herschel track until the discovery of elementary conduits that convert a B directly to another B, or to some other non-Herschel signal output. See for example BRx46B.

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