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Energy was the measure of a physical system's ability to do work.

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According to Montgomery Scott, transporters did not convert matter into energy and then reconstitute it, but instead analyzed the energy state of each subatomic particle and produced a Dirac jump to an equivalent state elsewhere. (TOS novel: Spock Must Die!) However, other sources described the transporters as using matter-energy conversion. (ST novel: Federation, SCE eBook: Out of the Cocoon)

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States of matter: solidliquidgasplasma
Types of matter: antimatterdark matterprotomatter

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