Special Sub-Topic: Chem Spell: Around The House
|Potassium, Nickel, Iron|
Knife. (K Ni Fe) These items come in all shapes, sizes, and varieties. They can be used for cutting various food items. Other knives may be used for cutting metals, wood, and other construction and building purposes.
|Sulfur, Phosphorus, Oxygen, Oxygen, Nitrogen|
Spoon. (S P O O N) Spoons are typically used for mixing and measuring food products. Spoons are also used to eat soft or liquid foods such as cereals, ice cream, or soups. Spoons can also be used for other unusual purposes such as playing music or hanging decoratively on the wall as collection pieces.
|Radium, Nitrogen, Germanium|
Range. (Ra N Ge) A range is another term for a 'stove and oven' combination. Typical ranges may come either in natural gas or electric models. Stoves and ovens are typically used to cook and bake foods in household or restaurant settings.
|Sulfur, Phosphorous, Astatine, Uranium, Lanthanum|
Spatula. (S P At U La) A spatula is typically made out of silicone or rubber and is used to scrape the remainder of a product from a bowl. For example, a spatula may be used to scrape the excess batter from a bowl when baking muffins or a cake.
|Boron, Oxygen, Oxygen, Potassium|
Book. (B O O K) Books serve a variety of purposes including educational, entertainment, and research. Books can be found around the world in various languages and styles. As well, books come in various genres including horror, comedy, science fiction, mystery, etc.
|Copper, Lead, Oxygen, Argon, Darmstadtium|
Cupboards. (Cu Pb O Ar Ds) Cupboards are used for a variety of purposes in the kitchen such as for storing plates, bowls, cups, and glasses. In other parts of the household such as a garage, cupboards may be used for storing dangerous items such as chemicals, paints, and tools.
|Cobalt, Uranium, Carbon, Hydrogen|
Couch. (Co U C H) A couch is typically located in the living room in households across the world and is situated in front of a television or entertainment stand. Other names for couch may include 'sofa' or 'chesterfield'.
|Phosphorus, Holmium, Neon|
Phone. (P Ho Ne) Alexander Graham Bell has been historically credited with the invention of the telephone. In most developed nations across the world, there is typically one phone per household. Telephones are devices that are used to transmit and receive sound as a means of communication between one or more parties.
|Tungsten, Arsenic, Hydrogen, Erbium|
Washer. (W As H Er) A washer, or 'washing machine', is an appliance that is used for cleaning dirty clothes or laundry. Washing machines come in two models, top load or front load. Prior to the invention of the washing machine, families typically washed clothing using soapy water, physical strength, and a washboard.
|Lanthanum, Tungsten, Nitrogen, Molybdenum, Tungsten, Erbium|
Lawn Mower&lawnmower. (La W N Mo W Er) A lawn mower is typically an outdoor appliance that is used to cut grass, weeds, or other plants. Historically, mowers were operated either by donkey or horse power. As history progressed, lawn mowers became steam powered. Today, lawn mowers can either be electrical, gas, or robotic (battery) powered.
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