(a) Exploded assembly of three protons (p) and three neutrons (n)
(b) Assembly of three protons (p) and three neutrons (n), for example, 3Li3
(c) Simplified assembly diagram for the same structure
(d) Reduced notation
Figure 5: Cubic structures tend to arise from the bonding of protons and neutrons into a nuclear chain. The diagram shows exploded and assembly views. In Figure (a) we have the following. (1) Proton p1. (2) This figure represents a three-dimensional cube, not a hexagon. (3) n3. (4) Discrete forces shown solid for energizing side and dashed for deenergizing. (5) p3. (6) n2. (7) Note that all the joints in this particular structure are CIS-PHASIC. (8) Proton p2. (9) Discrete forces shown solid for energizing side and dashed for deenergizing. This corresponds to phase. (10) Neutron n1. (11) Note that same phase of these two reactive ends from proton and neutron and hence CIS-PHASIC. In Figure (b) we have the following. (1) p1. (2) n3. (3) Note that at each joint the discrete forces complement each other. There is the same number of discrete forces in each of the three directions. (4) p3. (5) n2. (6) p2. (7) n1. In Figure (c) we have the following. (1) p1. (2) n3. (3) p3. (4) n2. (5) p2. (6) n1.