Energies of Liquid Hydrogen Exploding and Expanding

The dihydrogen cation consists of 2 electrons(leptons (-1 e) + (-1 e) = -2 e) and 1 proton(uud = (+2/3 e) + (+2/3 e) + (-1/3 e) = +1 e), so where does all of the extra energy during a violently explosive exothermic chemical reaction involving dihyrdrogen cation fuel come from?

Do you suppose the energy got displaced from allotropic chemical bond energy of the air molecules to the H₂ molecular ion or dihydrogen ion?

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