Neutrons (NEUT) are a type of energy in the Radioactive section. They have the element number of 18.

Properties Edit

They are light blue-green particles with a glow of same color. They spread slowly in several different directions and slow down very slowly. They have a life, so they will die after a while. They are not affected by pressure or heat. Gravity however can bend their line.

Neutrons, as their description says, "behaves with matter in odd ways". Here are all reactions neutrons do:

Uses Edit

Neutrons are used to spark nuclear fission reactions with Plutonium and Deuterium. They can simulate actions of "radiation".