Diamond Atom Nuclear Geometry, Al
Aluminum Nucleus
  B2 Cuboctacore
Arsenic nucleus nuclear structure of tin Lithium nucleus
Lithium 7 Nucleus
Arsenic               Nucleus
Tin 116
Property Or Phenomenon Logically Explained Hydreno Model Bohr-
Concerning Positrons & Negatrons    
Positron / Electron (Negatron) Structure Yes No
Particle Genesis Y N
Electrostatic Attraction & Repulsion Y Y?
Charge Definition Y N
Non-Radiating Orbital Electrons Y N
Ellipsoid Electron Orbitals Y N
Electron / Positron Annihilation Y Y?
Electron / Positron Pair Production Y N
Particle Mass Y N
Spin Quanta Y Y?
Concerning Nucleons    
Proton Structure and Genesis Y N
Neutron Structure and Genesis Y N
Heavy Electrons (Muon & Tau) Y N
Nucleon Internal Bonding & Stability Y N
Nucleon Mass Defect Y N
Nucleon Evaporation Y N
Spin Quanta Y N
Concerning The Nucleus    
Nuclear Structure and Genesis Y Y?
Nucleon Bonding (Strong Force) Y N
Void of Nuclear Stability (Bi83 to Th90) Y N
Limit of Nuclear Stability Y N
Range of Stable Isotopes Y N
Isotopic Abundance Y N
Missing Isotopes Y N
Missing Elements (Tc, Pr, etc.) Y N
Super Heavy Elements Y N
Spin Quanta Y Y?
Concerning Nuclear Reactions    
Thermonuclear Fission Y Y?
Thermonuclear Fusion Y Y?
Cold Fission Y N
Cold Fusion (Low energy induced) Y N
Chemo-Nuclear Reactions Y N
Bio-Nuclear Reactions Y N
Mass Defect Y Y?
Alpha, Beta, Gamma & Neutron Radiations Y Y?
Concerning The Atom    
Atomic Structure and Genesis Y Y?
Allotropes Y N
Bond Angles Y N
Atomic Orbits and Orbitals Y Y?
Isomers Y Y?
Electron Affinity, Electronegativity Y N
Inert Elements Y Y?
Quantization of Atomic Orbitals Y Y
Valence States and Alterations Y N
Concerning Atomic Bonding    
Atomic (Electron) Bonding Mechanism Y Y?
Covalent Bonds Y Y?
Ionic Bonds Y Y?
Hydrogen Bonds Y Y?
Diatomic / Multiatomic Elements Y N
Bonding Alignment / Orientation Y Y?
Catalyst behaviour Y N
Volatility Y Y?
Concerning Bulk Matter    
Structure and Genesis Y N
Bulk Volume, Rigidity and Solidity Y Y?
Crystal Structure and Organization of Elemental Solids Y N
Fluid Properties (Viscosity,  Surface tension, Brownian motion, etc.) Y N
Mechanical Properties (strength, stiffness, elasticity, strain, etc.) Y N
Intrinsic Properties (conductivity, enthalpy, resistance, etc.) Y Y?
Gravitational and Inertial Forces Y N
neutron cores - icosahedral
Neutron Icosacores
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Proton lattice structure