When two dodecahedrons collide, they form a pair.

All electrons of a single dodecahedron are oscillating in sync. The mode of oscillation relates to the actual status of the chirality – left-handed of right-handed – of the neutrino and the electron from which the neutrino is a constituent.

For illustrations, the dodecahedrons having outward pointing vectors are colored red and dodecahedrons with inward pointing vectors green.

The neutron emerges when two green or two red dodecahedrons collide.

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Two dodecahedrons at speed above zero, cannot have on the merging faces two neutrinos in the same chirality. The Pauli Exclusion Principle defines this behavior as a principle.

One neutrino ejects.

The Dutch Paradigm explains the logic of this Pauli Exclusion Principle principle in a separate chapter.

With one neutrino less, the neutron has ½ spin.

The manifestation of asymmetrical free electric energy is zero. On the binding face, the vectors representing this manifestation point and rotate in the opposite direction. The single neutrino in the binding face interferes with these two gamma photons.  

The Dutch Paradigm identifies this as the neutron bond.