2021-21 Different unions

Let $$F$$ be a family of nonempty subsets of $$[n]=\{1,\dots,n\}$$ such that no two disjoint subsets of $$F$$ have the same union. In other words, for $$F =\{ A_1,A_2,\dots, A_k\},$$ there exists no two sets $$I, J\subseteq [k]$$ with $$I\cap J =\emptyset$$ and $$\bigcup_{i\in I}A_i = \bigcup_{j\in J} A_j$$. Determine the maximum possible size of $$F$$.

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Say a natural number $$n$$ is a cyclically perfect if one can arrange the numbers from 1 to $$n$$ on the circle without a repeat so that the sum of any two consecutive numbers is a perfect square. Show that 32 is the smallest cyclically perfect number. Find the second smallest cyclically perfect number.