Fermi energy of bare proton

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As I know chemical potential of two reacting substances
strongly depends on difference in Fermi energy between them.
Fermi energy is inversely proportional to the mass of particles.
Does that mean that Fermi energy of bare proton will be 2000 time
smaller than that of electron?
Usually nuclei energy do not participate in chemical reactions.
But what about bare protons?They could be captured by atoms sometimes
and form some intercalated compounds.
Do exist some chemical reactions in which tremedious difference in
Fermi energy of electrons and bare protons shows up with great
energy excess?
 

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