Between the first and second maxima of the atomic distribution curves of molten Au, Ag, and solid liquid-like amorphous Ga a small, but sharp maximum at [r1′] Au, Ag · √2 3.84 Å and [r1] Ga · √3 4.83 Å occurs. Hence [ri′] Au,Ag = 2.72 Å and [ri]Ga = 2.79 Å follows as the shortest atomic distances of structure II and of the spherical close packing (structure I), respectively. According to the structural model of Richter and Breitling in molten Au and Ag the shortest oblique distance of the square chain I of structure II shows up by the [ri′] Au,Ag· √2-distance. On the other side in solid amorphous Ga the shortest oblique distance of the rhombohedron chain II of structure I appears at the [ri]Ga· √3-distance. In both cases the respective maximum must be very small because of the large variations in distance of the shortest oblique distances.