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  • They suspected there might be a natural deposit of transperiodic elements underground creating a space warp in this area, and they came down here to see if they could find it.

    The Janus Gate: Future Imperfect

  • Bashir made a final pass with the subspace reverter, then carefully scanned the length of Kira's arm for any sign of diflourine not forced back into the transperiodic realm.

    Time's Enemy

  • The hull's carrying a pretty heavy transperiodic charge.

    Time's Enemy

  • Amazing the strain that transperiodic chemical contamination could put on your bedside manner.

    Time's Enemy

  • "It looks like the alien generates and stores transperiodic elements in the carapace material around its legs."

    Time's Enemy

  • As though everyone should be born knowing what you could use illegally obtained transperiodic elements for.

    Time's Enemy

  • I mean, if this place really did have its own transperiodic energy source, it wouldn’t need to drain power from us, would it?

    The Janus Gate: Future Imperfect

  • "Major, diflourine is such a rare transperiodic element, I don't even know of any stores of it on the station.

    Time's Enemy

  • The most reactive and the most unstable of the transperiodic elements. "

    Time's Enemy

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