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Neutron is the name of a theoretical element composed mainly of neutrons. The symbol n was given as the symbol of the predicted radioactive element. The element was suggested by Andreas von Antropoff in 1926 (before the neutron was officially discovered).

Neutronium stars Edit

For more infomation see Neutron star

The word neutronium is used in literature to refer to material located in the center of a star.

Uncertainty Edit

People debate on if neutronium actually exists inside stars. It could be neutron-degenerate matter, strange matter, or quark matter in stars.

Periodic Table Edit


Andreas von Antropoff suggested the element in 1926 and was originally placed above the noble gases.

It is now placed above and to the left of hydrogen.

If neutronium is to be discovered, the mentioned neutron clusters mononeutron, dineutron, trineutron, tetraneutron and pentaneutron would be considered isotopes of the element.

References Edit


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