The Queen Atom is found in the centre of the atomic structure, or nest . It is surrounded by varying combinations of protons and electrons. The protons feed electrical information to the Queen Atom in order to determine what element it is. If the Queen Atom were to leave the nest, it would cause the structure to fall apart. This is a very, very rare occurrence and only Calcium has exhibited this in a process called the Helvetica Scenario .
The Queen Atom is most often illustrated in any atomic model as half yellow, half black but the reasoning behind this is not known.