1. In Current Science, the triton is the unstable nucleus of the isotope Hydrogen-3 consisting a proton and two neutrons (3 nucleons).
2. In Neu Theory, the triton (H3) is a two neucleon cell nuclide consisting of a deuteron (H2) plus a bound neutron (n) below a single charge shell. The bound neutron is unstable. The triton is the rebirth of a discrete neutron and is Phase 3, Step 6 of the matter/energy cycle.« Back to Glossary Index