Figure 2: Predicted structure of the neutron. The HED arrangements provide a neutral pair of discrete forces, comprising a positive and negative force, on two of the emission directions. The overall charge is thus neutral. It is believed that the pairs may shift to other axes as necessary. (1) Two opposed discrete fields in the HED and hence neutral charge. (2) Only two HEDs contain discrete fields pairs. (3) Anticipate that discrete fields may dynamically relocate to other HEDs when required by bonding. (i) Arrangement of discrete fields is flexible in neutron: pairs may shift to axis. (ii) Each discrete field carries a 1/3 signed electrical charge and so overall neutral charge.