In Neu Theory, neucleons are the building blocks of atomic nuclei. A neucleon (note: spelling) is a neutron cell with 1, 2, or 3 spinning cores. A neucleon is a neutral single cell structure below a positive electric charge shield. There are only three nucleons found in nature. All atoms, except H1, are built from these:
- The deuteron (H2)
- The helion (He3)
- The bound neutron (n) when it is part of a larger nuclide starting with the unstable triton (H3).
The protons that contribute their individual charge shells to the composite electric charge shield of the nuclide are considered “captives” as they are always contained within the plasm matter of a neutron cell, and all mass loss or gain is hypothesized to come from them.
In the nucleus, it is the properties of the individual neucleons that add. Examples:
- The triton (H3), is a two neucleon cell structure consisting of one deuteron cell plus one neutron cell.
- The alpha (He4) is a two neucleon cell structure consisting of two deuteron cells.