In §324 of Science of Logic Hegel writes explicitly that
the ideal [ das Ideelle ] is again one of the moments, and the real [ das Reale ] the other
In the rest of the text, of course, whenever two opposites are identified as two moments, that unity of opposites gets a name. (As in the archetypical example of "becoming" being the name of the unity of the moments of "nothing" and "being", e.g §152.)
Here I am wondering: what is the name (the term, if any) that Hegel assigns to the unity of the ideal and the real? The ideal and the real are two moments... of what?
(Is it maybe "ideality"? I probably don't really understand yet the rest of §324.)