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  • Substances
    • Adamantium
        • The indestructible metal that lines Logan's bones, only possible due to his uncharted regenerative capability.
    • Aether
        • The substance that makes up the Void, what Mara and William used to create the Troubles. From seasons 4 and 5.
    • Anaerobic Metabolites
        • Jake and Nog track down a Neodymium power cell and five liters of anaerobic metabolites suspended in hydrosaline solution in order to trade with Dr. Elias Giger for a baseball card for Captain Sisko. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Antimonium
        • Quark's investments go south - his antimonium options, his quadrotriticale futures, even his powdered newt supplements - all get wiped out. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Arcybite
        • Grand Nagus Zak tells Quark that Arcybite ore futures are continuing to increase, that the Bolians have finally agreed to allow the Ferengi Gaming Commission to take over all their gambling emporiums, and that he has decided to allocate extra funds for research on a new breed of Hupyrian Beetles. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • Baryon Radiation
        • When Odo attempts to inspect Kasidy's ship out of concerns for Temecklian Virus, she offers to flood the cargo hold with baryon radiation. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Bennigan Fire Silk
        • Chiana tells Rygel she's going to indulge herself and buy some Bennigan fire silk for her bed. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part II: With Friends Like These…)
    • Big Bismuth
        • Radioactive element discovered by Dr. Karamazov, and Superian's weakness, the Tick equivalent of Superman's Kryptonite. (Season 1 episode Tale from the Crypt)
    • Bilitrium
        • A rare crystalline element that can be an incredibly powerful source of energy, provided of course, that one has an antimatter converter - which was why the Cardassians were chasing Tahna Los when he arrived at the station. He stole one. He plans to build a bomb that will collapse the wormhole. (Season 1 episode Past Prologue)
    • Borite
        • Substance mined in the 2286. McCoy: "It's bad enough to be court martialed and spend the rest of our lives mining borite, but to go home in this Klingon flea trap…"
    • Brizeen Nitrate
        • Grand Nagus Zek offers Kira and the Bajorans 50,000 kilos of brizeen nitrate for letting him conduct business on the station, which Kira says can be used to fertilize the entire northern peninsula. (Season 2 episode Rules of Acquisition)
    • Cabrodine
        • After the school on the station is blown up, Kira detects traces of cabrodine and infernite, two common explosives, both easily obtainable. (Season 1 episode In the Hands of Prophets)
    • Cameronium
        • Fuel for time machine, James Cameron Pandora reference. (Season 1 episode A Fuel's Errand) The origin of Cameronium: In 2023, Sir James Cameron pilots his submersible, the Deepsea Challenge Extreme XG Ultra to the deepest part of the ocean. He pulls a variety of samples, including a phosphorescent microorganism he thinks looks cool. It sits in his home lab for 10 years before anyone figures out what it is and what it can do. (Season 1 episode A Blowjob Before Dying)
        • Mando freezes his bounties in carbonite. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1) Mythrol mentions still not being able to see out of his left eye after being frozen in carbonite in Chapter One, a symptom of Hibernation Sickness. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Chakan Oil
        • Peacekeeper fuel, made from tannot root. (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again, Bone to be Wild)
    • Chromextin
        • Substance that the crew attempts to buy on the planet Kanvia, a medication for Talyn. (Season 3 episode Thanks for Sharing)
    • Clorium
        • Element, one of the six cargos Leviathans are forbidden from carrying, because it has a numbing effect on them. An atmospherically induced isotope of twinium. Known as onlux by The Denean. (Season 1 episode I, E.T.) Substance mixed in with the shipment of chromextin that the crew buys on the planet Kanvia. (Season 3 episode Thanks for Sharing)
        • An atmospherically induced isotope of the element twinium, one of six forbidden cargos for a Leviathan - they cannot transport it because it numbs them. (Season 1 episode I, E.T.)
    • Cogmium
        • Dr. Oyama applies Cogmium steel reinforcement to Dex's pulverized vertebrae. (Season 3 episode A New Napkin)
    • Concentrated Dark Matter
        • Special fuel that Rick invented to travel through space faster than anybody else. (Season 1 episode M. Night Shaym-Aliens!)
    • Corellian Hyperfuel
        • Also known as Hot sauce. Fuel that Kaz's new friend Rucklin steals out of Yeager's trophy room, and almost blows himself up when his race starts. (Season 1 episode Fuel for the Fire) Yeager's brother Marcus Speedstar mentions having using hyperfuel in the past. (Season 1 episode The Platform Classic)
    • Cormaline
        • Mineral.
        • Bashir's gang of genetically engineered and socially maladjusted savants determine that the Dominion wants the Kabrel System. The mizainite deposits on Holna IV alone are enough to keep their shipyards running for years. The second planet has some cormaline deposits, but they're common enough. The tri-nucleic fungus on the first planet can be broken down to make yridium bicantizine, one of the active ingredients in ketracel-white, meaning the Dominion could manufacture the drug in the Alpha Quadrant - enough to supply the Jem'Hadar indefinitely. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
        • Sisko and team conduct a mineral survey of the planet Torga IV, an uninhabited planet in the Gamma Quadrant believed to contain vast deposits or cormaline. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
    • Corvinium
        • Precious valuable metal, demanded by the Tavleks as a ransom for Rygel. (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • Cotati Metal
        • Gamora says of Thor, "it's like his muscles are made of Cotati metal fibers". In Marvel Comics, the Cotati are a race of intelligent trees from the planet Hala.
    • Crylliun
        • The pilot on the decrepit leviathan offers Crichton it's store of Crylliun alloy ore on tier seven as fuel, but his Module can't process it without purification and reduction. (Season 4 episode Crichton Kicks)
    • Crypto-chrome
        • Material used to make the chairs in Joe Chip's hotel room (variegated crypto-chrome-plated reclining chairs).
    • Crystallized Xanthanite
        • Substance that conducts electrons across dimensions - Rick uses it in his remote control that enables them to watch TV across different realities (episode 1-8 Rixty Minutes)
    • D.M.P.
        • Substance developed by the scientist and philosopher de Selby, capable of extracting all oxygen from an airtight enclosure, thus disrupting the sequentiality of time, incidentally making it possible to produce fine mature whiskey in a week. de Selby vows to use the substance to destroy the world in the name of God.
    • Danlandium
        • Substance Physician Tocot instructs the crew to spray on Moya's burns. (Season 2 episode Die Me, Dichotomy)
    • Death Crystals
        • Death crystals show you how you're going to die. When Morty uses one to die with Jessica, he becomes an unstoppable science-fiction boy attacking the nation's final line of defense. (Season 4 episode Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat)
    • Derinium
        • Catherine Sakai came across another likely candidate for her employer while completing a planetary survey in grid Epsilon with high levels of platinum and derinium. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • Deuridium
        • Federation freighter The Norkova docks at Deep Space Nine carrying a shipment of deuridium, a rare element from the Gamma Quadrant en route to the Kobliad homeworld to prolong their lifespans by replenishing their cell structures. (Season 1 episode Dax)
        • Fuel that Chekov mentions when preparing the U.S.S. Franklin for flight - the dilithium chambers are at 70% and climbing.
        • Element used in the warp core, which Boimler tells Rutherford is where he got burned. (Season 1 episode Envoys) Robot Peanut Hamper knocks over several canisters. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Diridium New record added 5/22/2021
        • Sensors pick up diridium on the Class 4 world Sigma-957, a byproduct of Quantium-40. (Season 1 episode Mind War)
    • Dolamide
        • The Valerian vessel Sherval Das docks at the station after visiting Fahleena III and Mariah IV, the same two stops the Valerians used to make when they were running weapons grade dolamide to the Cardassians during the occupation of Bajor. (Season 1 episode Dramatis Personae)
    • Dorian Ore
        • Metal used aboard the Scarran flagship the Decimator, resistant to pulse blasts. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Drexim
        • Synaptic fluid naturally occurring in Leviathan conduits, bearing some similarity to adrenaline in humans. If it becomes acidic, it may erode conduit seals and spill into the ship's atmosphere in gaseous form. Drexim vapours appear to affect different life-forms differently. (Season 3 episode Meltdown)
    • Duranium
        • Substance from various episodes.
        • DaiMon Igel petitions Grand Nagus Zek to sell his Uranium interests on the Ferengi Futures Exchange. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
        • The Cardassians used duranium composites to shield all the conduits on the station. (Season 2 episode The Siege)
        • When crewmembers are stuck in the Ganges runabout, Sisko describes the hull as duranium composite. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Dysonium Ore
        • The Orville detects deposits of Dysonium Ore beneath the surface of a planet. (Season 2 episode Primal Urges)
    • Element X
        • The first atomic bomb wasn't actually detonated in Los Alamos, it was detonated in Eureka using a rare element found only in certain meteorites known as Element X, which created a certain unique by-product in the blast chamber. Los Alamos learned from Eureka's mistakes and went with plutonium. (Season 3 episode From Fear to Eternity)
    • Endexoprene
        • Product hazardous to children at the heart of Matt's trial - a company endangered people in the interest of saving money, not replaced until findings were made public. (Episode The H Word)
    • Fallian Marsh Gas
        • Substance mentioned in the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster recipe. "Allow four litres of Fallian marsh gas to bubble through it, in memory of all those happy Hikers who have died of pleasure in the Marshes of Fallia."
    • Ferrofluid
        • Alien goo that wraps around Hologram Rick's legs, allows him to feel and gives him mass, until he thinks he's a god, shortly before he's killed by Wasp Rick laying eggs in his eyeballs. (Season 4 episode Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat)
    • Ferrolignin
        • Some sort of building substance that Edison Carter mentions during a broadcast: "These are the walls of the city: stone, brick, wood and ferrolignin. But there are other walls in the city: electronic ones…" (Season 1 episode Security Systems)
    • Flubber
        • Professor Frink wears shoes with flubber to play basketball at the Springfield YMCA. (Season 12 episode Children of a Lesser Clod)
    • Fornus
        • 
Good-luck dust that Fornits provide, the luck elves that lived in author Reg Thorpe's typewriter. (story The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet)
    • Fyang Powder
        • Medicinal powder that Noranti mentions, that will deepen Aeryn's sleep. When Noranti reaches out her hand with it, Aeryn, slaps it back in her face, knocking Noranti out cold. (Season 4 episode Promises)
    • Gamephenomene
        • According to Eternity magazine, the feeling of guilt has been linked to the neurotransmitter gamephenomene. Dow chemical is developing a minty gel which will eliminate excess guilt but it won't be on the market for six months. (Season 3 episode Bart's Friend Falls in Love)
    • Gamma-amino Methionine Hydrolase
        • Fictional protein found in the saliva of Procompsognathus. It is a marker for genetic engineering. Chapter: The Shape of the Data.
    • Globaflyn
        • Chemical Rick uses to create Tony's perfectly realized toilet-filled simulation of Heaven. It connects the whatever-you-want section of your brain to the whatever-you-have section. (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • Globidium
        • Element used in power cells at Global Dynamics (Season 3 episode It's Not Easy Being Green)
    • Golside
        • The Bok'Nor had just delivered 14 metric tons of golside ore to the Regulon System prior to its arrival at the wormhole. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
    • Hemodrone
        • Ritual gypsy poison. One swallow and a man would begin to die. Unless the victim received an antidote he would continue to die slowly as the hemoglobin of his blood absorbed the virulent poison. It would take hours and bring great pain.
    • Hydro-honium Steel
        • Religious zealot Borlik on the space station in the Sacred Stillness adheres herself to a pipe made of hydro-honium steel, which is full of frozen exhaust. Crichton almost shoots her loose, but he is advised that if he ruptures the pipe, they will all freeze in ten microns. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • Hydrogen Dixoride
        • Frozen substance in the white hose that Chiana and Sikozu discuss when making their plan to attack the Grudeks. (Season 4 episode Crichton Kicks)
    • Hypnostone
        • Artifact from Mars' Syrtis Major region. Entertainment featured at Horace Sisken's party. (Chapter 1)
    • Infernite
        • After the school on the station is blown up, Kira detects traces of cabrodine and infernite, two common explosives, both easily obtainable. (Season 1 episode In the Hands of Prophets)
    • Instantanium
        • A nano-polymer syntactic foam (Season 3 episode From Fear to Eternity)
    • Isoboromine
        • A neurotransmitter in Trill physiology that regulates the connection between the host and the symbiont. (Season 3 episode Forget Me Not)
    • Isotope 317
        • The Death Stalker tribe in the post-apocalyptic world worships a glowing green rock that Rock identifies as Isotope 322 - "so powerful it makes isotope 465 look like isotope 317" (Season 3 episode 2 Rickmancing the Stone)
    • Isotope 322
        • The Death Stalker tribe in the post-apocalyptic world worships a glowing green rock that Rock identifies as Isotope 322 - "so powerful it makes isotope 465 look like isotope 317" (Season 3 episode 2 Rickmancing the Stone)
    • Isotope 465
        • The Death Stalker tribe in the post-apocalyptic world worships a glowing green rock that Rock identifies as Isotope 322 - "so powerful it makes isotope 465 look like isotope 317" (Season 3 episode 2 Rickmancing the Stone)
    • Jelifan Fire Paste
        • Substance found in Rygel's homemade bomb. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns) John mentions. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part I: A Not So Simple Plan)
    • Jevonite
        • After saving the Ferengi economy from Brunt with Quark's help, Grand Nagus Zek mentions how he did it, including dumping their lokar bean investments and insisting they buy up every bit of jevonite they could get their hands on. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • Karemman Fleece
        • Sisko and crew travel into the Gamma Quadrant to meet with the Karemma Commerce Ministry - also referred to as the Ministry of Trade - over their trade concerns, such as the taxes and tariffs added to their shipment of Karemman fleece. (Season 4 episode Starship Down)
    • Kelindide
        • Miles scans the wreckage of the Cardassian freighter Bok'Nor, finding Kelindide and Rodinium - nothing unusual there, all materials commonly used in Cardassian ship construction. But he also finds a Mercassium compound, a synthetic composite used in shield generator construction by the Federation. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
    • Kemasite
        • When Quark and Rom take Nog to Earth to join Starfleet Academy, Quark hides a large quantity of kemasite on the ship to sell to buyers on the planet Orion. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
    • Kibberian Fire Diamonds
        • Grand Nagus Zek asks Kira if anyone has ever told her that her eyes shine with the brilliance of Kibberian fire diamonds. (Season 2 episode Rules of Acquisition)
    • Kronite
        • Liquid that Zhaan uses to make a bomb. When lutra oil is injected into containers of kronite shavings from Moya's cargo hold, the mix becomes highly explosive. (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
        • Shards of the meteors that rained down on Smallville the night Clark arrived as a baby in his space ship, remnants of his home planet of Krypton. Green Kryptonite makes Clark weak. (multiple episodes) Red Kryptonite turns him into an immature rebel. (Season 2 episode Red)
        • A green crystalline material originating from Superman's home world of Krypton, extremely dangerous to Superman. The meteor containing Kryptonite found in a mine in Ethiopia is named Addis Ababa L9 Pallasite Meteorite.
        • Mentioned in joke at Flix and Orka's, when Kaz and Tam come looking for a CoMar Trish-Tracker chip to repair the Colossus' turbo lasers. (Season 1 episode Synara's Score)
    • Ladarium
        • Miles runs into a gentleman he thinks is his old friend Boone, whom he served with on the Rutledge. "Boone” tells Miles that he settled on Volon III, on the Cardassian side of the demilitarized zone, running a ladarium mining sluice. (Season 2 episode Tribunal)
    • Latinum
        • Quark tries to tempt Odo with the acquisition of physical wealth and treasures, mentioning a suit of the finest Andorian silk, a ring of pure Surax, a complete set of Tanesh pottery, and a latinum-plated bucket to sleep in. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Leatheroleum
        • Material used for the covers of Retrospectives, the Springfield Elementary School yearbook. "You can smell the benzene." (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
    • Liquid Crystals
        • Quark brings Regalian flea spiders onto the station for Bashir without an import permit, along with a shipment of illegal liquid crystals, which are a highly intoxicating and sometimes dangerous aphrodisiac. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
    • Lutra Oil
        • Liquid that Zhaan uses to make a bomb. When lutra oil is injected into containers of kronite shavings from Moya's cargo hold, the mix becomes highly explosive. (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
    • M.R.D.
        • Extremely volatile radioactive substance used to open a traversable wormhole in the space-time continuum.
    • Madium Steel
        • Natira tells Zhaan that the vault is made of madium steel. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part I: A Not So Simple Plan)
    • Madranite
        • Mineral. "Ford stared at Arthur, and Arthur was astonished to find that his will was beginning to weaken. He didn't realize that this was because of an old drinking game that Ford learned to play in the hyperspace ports that served the madranite mining belts in the star system of Orion Beta."
    • Magnesite
        • Magnesite in the rock face on Ajilon Prime, there's no way for Bashir and Jake to transport through it, so they have to find a place to set down. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Medaplast Preservatives
        • Gas that the Scarrans attempt to use on Crichton and his friends on the Screen flagship the Decimator. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Melmac (substance)
        • The substance that the planet Melmac is made out of.
    • Mental-plasm
        • The substance of psychic energy, thought and flesh created when Mr. Mental uses a device Pendecker created (Season 3 episode 5 Devil in Diapers)
    • Mercassium
        • Miles scans the wreckage of the Cardassian freighter Bok'Nor, finding Kelindide and Rodinium - nothing unusual there, all materials commonly used in Cardassian ship construction. But he also finds a Mercassium compound, a synthetic composite used in shield generator construction by the Federation. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
        • Intelligent microscopic life forms that lived symbiotically inside the cells of all living things. Overheard mentioned in that bar scene. (Season 4 episode A Friend in Need)
    • Mizainite
        • Mineral.
        • Bashir's gang of genetically engineered and socially maladjusted savants determine that the Dominion wants the Kabrel System. The mizainite deposits on Holna IV alone are enough to keep their shipyards running for years. The second planet has some cormaline deposits, but they're common enough. The tri-nucleic fungus on the first planet can be broken down to make yridium bicantizine, one of the active ingredients in ketracel-white, meaning the Dominion could manufacture the drug in the Alpha Quadrant - enough to supply the Jem'Hadar indefinitely. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
        • Rom mentions that the planet Stakoron II in the Gamma Quadrant contains rich deposits of mizainite ore. (Season 1 episode The Nagus)
    • Monosodium Poisonate
        • Springfield Elementary installs new Scammer & Z-Dog vending machines - the same marketing team behind Hip-Hopsicles "The urban popsicle", featuring Scarf-ables products, including Krishna Krisps, Amazonkers, Lollapalollipops, Dalai Lamanade, Choco-Nards and Everlasting Copkillaz. Lisa reads the ingredient list for Krishna Krisps: "Hydrogenated petroleum oil, monosodium poisonate, partially de-weaponized plutonium" (Season 16 episode The Heartbroke Kid)
    • Muon Rays
        • After Bashir and Miles help the T'Lani and the Kelleruns eliminate their biomechanical gene disruptor weapon stockpiles using Muon Rays, they are scheduled to attend a celebration on T'Lani Prime when they are attacked. (Season 2 episode Armageddon Game)
    • Navidian Micro-silk
        • Substance Captain Mercer mentions, that's used to make his special floss. (Season 2 episode Nothing Left on Earth Excepting Fishes)
    • Neodymium
        • Jake and Nog track down a Neodymium power cell and five liters of anaerobic metabolites suspended in hydrosaline solution in order to trade with Dr. Elias Giger for a baseball card for Captain Sisko. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Neurocine
        • When Sisko, Jake and Miles are trapped in the station's old ore processing facility, an old Cardassian security program featuring a recorded message from Gul Dukat floods the chamber with neurocine gas. (Season 3 episode Civil Defense)
    • Neutronium
        • Extremely strong and durable material.
        • The cargo door that Garak and Kira plan to blow up is mad of neutronium. (Season 7 episode What You Leave Behind)
        • The Iconian structure is composed of solid neutronium. Even a direct hit from a quantum torpedo wouldn't necessarily destroy it. (Season 4 episode To the Death)
    • Nico-glycerol
        • In a commercial shown at Totally sick, twisted, F***ed-Up Animation Festival, after a tough day on the set making their classic film From Here to Infirmity, Itchy and Scratchy relax with Laramie Extra Tar cigarettes. "And now there's more nico-glycerol" (Season 12 episode HOMR)
    • Nilanium
        • Episode I'll be a Mummy's Uncle. Tut escapes from Mount Ararat Hospital and purchases a piece of land adjacent to Wayne Manor to mine a vein of the world's hardest metal, Nilanium.
    • Nogelti Crystals
        • Crystals mined in Budong carcasses. (Season 2 episode Home on the Remains)
    • Nuclear Optocrystal
        • The ThunderCats time capsule was made from an optocrystal that contained the history of our planet right up to the time of its destruction. (Season 1 episode The Time Capsule)
    • Omicron Particles
        • Rurigan's hologenerator creates an omicron field and manipulates it to create matter - everything in his village is made of omicron particles. (Season 2 episode Shadow Play)
    • OZME Proto-Nuclear Froonium
        • Farscape version of an ACME product, from Crichton's Looney Toons inspired hallucination, after being knocked unconscious during an altercation with D'Argo. D'Argo, in Wile E. Coyote's role, chasing after Crichton in the Road Runner's role, sets a trap for him by digging a hole with an OZME branded shovel and filling it with radioactive OZME branded froonium. (Season 3 episode Revenging Angel)
    • Partanium Isotope
        • Fuel Jack requests from Furlow to build his bomb that will destroy the Scarran Dreadnought. (Season 3 episode Infinite Possibilities, Part 1: Daedalus Demands)
    • Pelvoth Oil
        • Valuable oil that Rygel mentions. Rygel: "I'll buy you an entire vat of Pelvoth oil! " (Season 2 episode Picture if You Will)
    • Pergium
        • Ezri's mother owns a large Pergium mining facility in the Sappora System - used to the 6th largest, before the Ferengi found a large deposit on Timor II a few years ago. (Season 7 episode Prodigal Daughter)
    • Petro-tech
        • High tech material used to insulate buildings in Eureka. "It's a reactive thermal barrier. Best cold weather insulation in the world. All of G.D. is insulated with it, along with every building in town." (Season 3 episode Have an Ice Day)
    • Poindextrose
        • Lisa isolates the chemical which is emitted by every geek, dork and four-eyes, revealing her discovery holding a beaker full of nerd sweat. (Season 12 episode Bye, Bye Nerdie)
    • Polaron Radiation
        • Starfleet science thinks that exposure to polaron radiation will have a destabilizing effect on changeling physiology. (Season 5 episode Apocalypse Rising)
    • Prions
        • Kili refugees in the Federation sickbay are experience cascade failure of the nervous system brought on by misfiling proteins, something called prions. Saru and Michael Burnham believe they became ill on the planet Urna, a hub for the enrichment of unstable metals. (Season 3 episode Die Trying)
    • Prometheum X
        • John Jameson and fellow astronaut Paul Stevens discover a rock known as "Promethium X", which is said to be more powerful than plutonium. Unknown to the astronaut though, Promethium X also contains a mysterious element which manages to break free and tries to consume the two Astronauts. The space shuttle crashes on Manhattan Bridge, near the Hudson River, where Rhino is sent by The Kingpin to steal the Promethium X.
    • Promicin
        • Synthetic neurotransmitter that gives the 4400 returnees their abilities. (Season 2 episode The Fifth Page)
    • Promicin Inhibitor
        • Substance that NTAC injects into 4400 returnees in order to block the synthetic neurotransmitter that gives the 4400 their abilities. (Season 2 episode The Fifth Page)
    • Protomatter
        • The Julian Bashir changeling steals the Yukon and turns it into a bomb with large amounts of trilithium, tekasite and protomatter. (Season 5 episode By Inferno's Light)
    • Prototaxites Stellaviatori
        • Mycelium spores harvested from the species Prototaxites stellaviatori were used in the USS Discovery's experimental spore drive.
    • Purgenol
        • Chemical in Yummy Yums candy bars that amplifies all your violent tendencies for the Festival - the Rick and Morty version of The Purge (Season 2 episode 9 Look Who's Purging Now)
    • Quadrotriticale
        • Quark's investments go south - his antimonium options, his quadrotriticale futures, even his powdered newt supplements - all get wiped out. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Quantium 40
        • Catherine meets with two associates to discuss a survey she had recently completed. They inform her that the last planet she surveyed had large quantities of Quantium 40, entitling her to a very large commission. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
        • Sensors pick up diridium on the Class 4 world Sigma-957, a byproduct of Quantium-40. (Season 1 episode Mind War)
    • Red Matter
        • Substance that Spock uses to create a black hole to absorb the energy of the supernova of the Romulan sun, and Nero uses to destroy the planet Vulcan.
    • Rodinium
        • Miles scans the wreckage of the Cardassian freighter Bok'Nor, finding Kelindide and Rodinium - nothing unusual there, all materials commonly used in Cardassian ship construction. But he also finds a Mercassium compound, a synthetic composite used in shield generator construction by the Federation. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
    • Rymplon TM
        • Synthetic fabric. "The taller one was a very good looking woman wearing soft and crumply clothes. Old Thrashbarg didn't know this, but they were made of Rymplon TM, a new synthetic fabric which was terrific for space travel because it looked its absolute best when it was all creased and sweaty."
    • Sal-gar
        • Leslie invents a new spice that's part salt, part sugar. Good on butterscotch pudding and strawberry margaritas. (Season 4 episode Citizen Knope)
    • Serillium
        • Mineral associated with Tataryn's Disease. Marcus (Three) was wounded hijacking a shipment, which led him to Sarah finding him near her house (Season 1 episode 7)
    • Sevar Crystals
        • Substance found in Rygel's homemade bomb. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns)
    • Silicax Crystals
        • Cobb Vanth tells Mando that he stole a camtono of Silicax crystals from The Mining Collective, which he later trades to the Jawas for Boba Fett's Beskar armor. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Siljot Bacteria
        • Bacteria in Chiana's hair that Grunchlk mentions, saying that if the doctor Tocot breathed in, would kill him. (Season 2 episode Die Me, Dichotomy)
    • Solanterum
        • Toxic absorbing regulator within Moya's filter system. (Season 4 episode Natural Election)
    • Surax
        • Quark tries to tempt Odo with the acquisition of physical wealth and treasures, mentioning a suit of the finest Andorian silk, a ring of pure Surax, a complete set of Tanesh pottery, and a latinum-plated bucket to sleep in. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Tabalian Glass
        • After threatening Garak for spending time with Ziyal, Kira asks Garak, Is that clear? He responds, as Tabalian glass. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Tarium
        • Mineral from various episodes. Mining colony in Season 1 episode 1. Used to make a bomb in Season 2 episode 3.
    • Tekasite
        • The Julian Bashir changeling steals the Yukon and turns it into a bomb with large amounts of trilithium, tekasite and protomatter. (Season 5 episode By Inferno's Light)
    • Terellian Diamond
        • Quark delivers the Terellian diamonds that Sisko requested for his marriage to Kasidy. Quark: Terellian diamonds aren't that easy to come by, especially with the war on. (Season 7 episode Till Death Do Us Part)
    • Terillium
        • The Russian nuclear warhead has a plutonium rod encased in a terillium core.
    • Thalaron Radiation
        • Originally though to be theoretical, Thalaron research was banned in the Federation because of its biogenic properties - It has the ability to consume organic material at the subatomic level.
    • Thorium
        • When Jake is going to spend time with Miles in engineering, Sisko tells Miles not to take it easy on Jake, and Miles tells him: I'll have him up to his elbows in thorium grease.
    • Thundranium
        • Substance Grune searches for - what Third Earthlings call fire rocks. (Season 1 episode The Ghost Warrior)
    • Thundrillium
        • The ThunderCats have work to do in the Thundrillium fields. (Season 1 episode Pumm-Ra) The ThunderCats need Thundrillium to use as fuel for the Thunder Tank and the ThunderCats stronghold. (Season 1 episode Trouble With Time) Panthro detects a meteor that¡¦s 100% Thundrillium. (Season 1 episode Lord of the Snows)
    • Time Crystal
        • Crystal that Rick uses in his attempt to fix time. (Season 2 episode A Rickle in Time) Crystal that Rick mentions using to build Morty's save point device. (Season 4 episode The Vat of Acid Episode)
        • A crystal with a non-equilibrium matter state, identified by their orthogonal indices. (Season 1 episode Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad, Season 2 episode The Red Angel)
    • TNC
        • Tri-nitrogen chloride - substance used in plasma grenades, also used as a cleaning solution. Thrax confronts Timor Landi with evidence that Timor and his Bajoran friends may have been handling plasma grenades, as suggested by epidermal scans revealing traces of tri-nitrogen chloride on their hands and clothes. Timor denies this, stating that the substance came from the cleaning solution he and his comrades had been using at Quark's. Thrax then counters that Timor may have used the opportunity of working at Quark's to obtain the compound for use in plasma grenades. (Season 5 episode Things Past)
    • Toranium
        • On their way to rescue Kira from Cardassia Prime, disguised as the Kobheerian Freighter Rak-Minunis carrying a shipment of Kobheerian toranium intended for military use, Sisko and Garak encounter Gul Benil of the Eighth Order. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
    • Toubray
        • Leviathan neural cluster tissue. Many cultures consume it to enhance higher brain function. (Season 4 episode Crichton Kicks)
    • Translator Microbes
        • Micro-biological organisms that allow alien races to understand each other. (Premiere episode)
    • Trat
        • Foul smelling substance. Rygel: Smells like trat. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Trilithium
        • The Julian Bashir changeling steals the Yukon and turns it into a bomb with large amounts of trilithium, tekasite and protomatter. (Season 5 episode By Inferno's Light)
        • Experimental compound that Soran uses to collapse the Amargosa star in aorder to change the course of the Nexus ribbon.
    • Tritium
        • The fuel that makes Dr. Octavius' project go - there's only 25 pounds of it on the whole planet.
    • Tritonium
        • Tritonium is an element. Bajoran Resistance fighters carried subdermal implants of tritonium isotopes during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor. According to Kira Nerys, these implants could be activated, if the individual was captured, and leave a trail of isotopes, which would be used to track and rescue the individual. (Season 4 episode Indiscretion)
        • Before the asteroid was converted into Internment Camp 371, the Dominion used to mine ultritium there. (Season 5 episode In Purgatory's Shadow)
    • Uridium
        • When Sisko, Jake and Miles are trapped in the station's old ore processing facility, Jake climbs through a pipe that used to be used to pour processed uridium to a secondary refining facility in Level 33 to be purified. (Season 3 episode Civil Defense)
    • Verteron
        • Keiko explains that the Bajoran Wormhole was formed by unique particles called verterons that are apparently self-sustaining in nature. (Season 1 episode In the Hands of Prophets)
        • The strongest metal on Earth. Howard Stark was thought to have extracted all the Vibranium there was from Wakanda decades ago.
        • Darcy calls Vision a Vibranium synthezoid, playing Father Knows Best in Suburbia. (Season.1 episode On A Very Special Episode...) Wanda Maximoff: Vision is made of Vibranium - they literally inherited tough skin. (Season 1 episode Breaking the Fourth Wall)
    • Viridium
        • Spock places a viridium patch on Kirk in order to be able to track him before he leaves for Klingon Chancellor Gorkon's ship. It is how the Enterprise is able to rescue him from Rura Penthe.
    • Viterium
        • The crew of the Valiant finds a flaw in the design of the Jem'Hadar ship's antimatter storage system. The primary support braces are made of viterium - a very strong, very resilient metal alloy which just happens to become extremely unstable when exposed to delta radiation. A single torpedo rigged with a radiogenic warhead could reduce those braces to the consistency of wet pasta. As a result, the entire antimatter storage system would tear itself apart. That's the theory anyway. Things don't work out as planned. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Vokaya
        • A mineral unique to Vulcan which emits low-level radiation. Spock has Chekov scan the planet for this mineral in order to locate Uhura, who wears a Vokaya amulet that Spock gave her.
    • Waroon
        • Ingredient in the dish that famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik created and his wife Nidell prepared. The secret is to sear the Palo roots slightly before layering them over the slices of roasted Waroon. (Season 2 episode Second Sight)
    • Witches Jelly
        • The scientists refer to this as a colloidal gas. The substance penetrates any organic material, plus plastic, metal and concrete. Only special ceramic vessels seem to contain it. Almost everything that it touches transforms into more Witches Jelly.
    • Yridium Bicantizine
        • Bashir's gang of genetically engineered and socially maladjusted savants determine that the Dominion wants the Kabrel System. The mizainite deposits on Holna IV alone are enough to keep their shipyards running for years. The second planet has some cormaline deposits, but they're common enough. The tri-nucleic fungus on the first planet can be broken down to make yridium bicantizine, one of the active ingredients in ketracel-white, meaning the Dominion could manufacture the drug in the Alpha Quadrant - enough to supply the Jem'Hadar indefinitely. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)

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