Let us assume that the following is the neutron electromagnetic structure

**Neutron Electric charge **

The Electric charge density is as follows:

Thus we have

The neutron electric charge density is as follows:

X coordinate is the radius with as the length unit

Y coordinate is the electric charge density with e as the electric charge unit

Neutron electric charge density

Neutron electric charge within sphere of radius r:

X coordinate is the radius with as the length unit

Y coordinate is the electric charge with e as the electric charge unit

When

The neutron as a whole has zero electric charge.

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**Neutron Magnetic Charge**

If the magnetic charge density is:

Then the neutron magnetic charge can be written as

When

and

We can get the neutron magnetic charge of the northern hemisphere as the following:

When

and

Then

The neutron as a whole has zero magnetic charge

**The neutron's electromagnetic field angular momentum**

The electromagnetic field angular momentum density is defined as:

is the electromagnetic angular momentum

Base on the neutron electromagnetic field equation, we can get the following:

X coordinate is the radius with as the length unit

Y coordinate is the angular moment with as unit

When

Then

Based on our neutron electromagnetic model, the neutron always has half spin, the neutron spin has an electromagnetic origin. The neutron spin is the neutron's electromagnetic field angular moment.

**Neutron's magnetic moment**

The neutron magnetic moment is as follows

As we know

Because

Thus we have

Neutron's Electric field energy

The electric field energy density is as follows:

This is the electron electric energy within the sphere of radius r.

When

We can get the neutron's total electric field energy as

X coordinate is the radius with as the distance unit

Y coordinate is the electric energy with as the energy unit.

Let us define

**Neutron's magnetic field energy**

The magnetic field energy density is:

The neutron's magnetic field energy is as follows

This is the neutron's magnetic field energy

Since we know the neutron's electric field energy as

Then the neutron's electromagnetic field energy becomes

Assuming the neutron's mass has an electromagnetic field origin, then

For the neutron, the ratio of the magnetic energy to the electric field energy is