The Circlon Model of Nuclear Structure is basically a series of geometrical equations that provide a precise mechanical electron-proton and neutron structure for the atoms of each element in the periodic table. It also dictates the individual placement of neutrons within the elements’ nearly 2000 stable and unstable isotopes. The various structural layers of protons and mesons within these circlon models correspond closely to the external electron shell configurations measured and calculated by quantum field electrodynamics. Up until Palladium, the circlon model has the same electron shell configurations as calculated by quantum field equations. This proposed experimental measurement can decisively show a clear difference between the circlon model of nuclear structure and the electron shell predictions of quantum mechanical theories of the atom.