Nuclear geometry: from nitrogen to neon
The nuclear geometry was developed by analogy with the fullerene geometry. On the basis of this geometric approach, it was possible to design the structure of nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine and neon isomers and their isotopes, which can be obtained by means of nuclear synthesis. The most stable nuclei can be classed into two groups: basic nuclei having equal number of protons and neutrons and isotopes having one or two more neutrons. The latter ensure their mechanical stability with respect to shear stresses, sending their electron to the external coat of mail created by the basic nuclei.