If you exposed large amounts of Protons or Neutrons to Deuterium Oxide, could it possibly explode or implode.
Im basing this off a Chemical Simulation, in which simulated Protons are exposed to simulated D₂O, and a large energetic explosion occurs.
In the other scenario, simulated Neutrons are exposed to simulated D₂O, and an extremely energetic (it can overcome proton energy explosions, meaning it will consume the deuterium faster than the protons could) implosion and causes a gravitational wave that sucks all simulated material around it into the core, where it is vaporized and destroyed versus a proton bomb causing matter to explode outwards.
Is any of this even realistic? In one scenario, simulated Deuterium acts like a liquid nuclear fission material, but in real life... its heavy water...
This is all from a computer simulation, I doubt any of it is realistic, but I've never heard of a Deuterium nuclear reaction, Im just curious