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The deuterium nucleus is a boson, with spin $\hbar$ (and positive parity). Unlike other stable nuclei, deuterium doesn't have any bound excited states; however if it did they would also have integer spin. The deuterium atom is a fermion, which may have spin $\frac12\hbar$ or $\frac32\hbar$, to be combined with the orbital angular momentum (which is zero in ...
Protons, electrons, and neutrons too. Hydrogen is a boson, deuterium is a fermion.
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