Veridigen was one of the initially discovered ætherines. In fact it is a mixure of two related ætherines. The characteristics of veridigen are manifold. If you pass and electric current through it it pneumatically expands or contracts depending on the type of current. This makes it very usefull in kenetic engines and hydrolic applications. If you compress veridigen it produces electricity and conversely when decompressed it sinks, or grounds electricity. In the presence of a static field veridigen produces light and magnetic field produce heat.
The practicle applications for this versatile Ætherine is almost unlimited. Many small devices use veridigen cells to provide power. Most non industrial lighting is provided by veridigen gas lamps or globes.