A scientist finally develops an accurate and safe way to teleport matter - even living one - to a defined spot. He does so by typing in three coordinates, which, in meters, define the target position of the teleported object relative to the teleporter. The scientist, being a scientist, of course tests his device, sending things to very close and very far places. He then tries to teleport mice into a block of glass, thinking this could be by far the best method for mummification ever invented.
What should happen, scientifically speaking? I don't think the atoms of the mouse will replace the atoms of the glass, so something else must happen, there shouldn't be enough space for both... Which would also mean that when teleporting an object normally, it would have to react with the air similary, if not less vehemently.
Would a human body survive materializing into air? What would happen with the molecules scattered in his body? If he doesn't survive, is it because of loss of organic function or a more "explosive" death?