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The Neutron {© 01/10/18}

This web page contains the theory of the neutron, which was established by Keith Dixon-Roche during his development of Isaac Newton's Laws of Motion and Planetary Spin.

The neutron has hitherto been considered a separate atomic particle, just like a proton and an electron.
However, it now appears to be a proton that has swallowed its electron when the electron had achieved an orbital velocity of the speed of light, at a temperature of 3229521.44913518 K and at an orbital radius of 2.817937953839E-15 m
This occurs when the magnetic attraction force exceeds the centrifugal force of the electron; a prediction that can be made from Newton's laws of orbital motion.

The Mathematical Explanation

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You will find further reading on this subject in reference publications(68, 69, & 70)

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