1. In Current Science, the helion is the nucleus of the isotope Helium-3, consisting of two protons and one neutron. The helion is a stable nuclide found in nature.
2. In Neu Theory, the helion is one neutron cell, with two captive protons, below a charge shield with a charge shell value of two. The helion is the second nucleon created with Phase 2, Step 2 of the matter cycle. The helion nucleon is stable by itself, but unstable when part of a larger nuclide.« Back to Glossary Index