Nothing really, though Soviet tanks had inner liners made of deuterated paraffin (all hydrogens in the hydrocarbons replaced by deuterium). This was
intended to absorb some of the neutrons from a tactical nuclear weapon, e.g. enhanced radiation ("neutron bombs").
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