Books, cabinet, table, doors, etc.
Atomic number 12 belongs to magnesium, which occurs naturally in chlorophyll as sunlight is converted into sugars by plants. Compounds of magnesium are used to make household products such as dyes, medicine, cement and in the manufacturing processes of cotton products.
Carbon is atomic number 6, and has two common crystalline forms. The second form, graphite, is often used in lead pencils.
Atomic number 28 indicates nickel, a lustrous silver metal with a slight golden hue. Nickel is strong and thus is used in household products such as: cookware, sinks, cooking utensils
The metallic element sodium is atomic number 11, and it is essential for human and animal life. Sodium is readily found in common table salt, and is used in oral rehydration drinks and baking soda. Sodium compounds are used in soap, paper and glass manufacturing.
Atomic number 47 is silver, a metallic element that has been used for thousands of years. Silver mines produce the white metal, which in its purest form is soft and pliable. Common household products containing silver are mirrors, jewelry, coins and flatware.