# A science fit-5-words puzzle

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What element fits into the 5 words?

``````stench, yellowish, nonmetal, asparagus, onion
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posted Mar 14

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The answer is sulfur. This nonmetalic chemical element has a pale-yellow color. It burns with a stifling odor. Onions have a significant concentration of sulfur

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Sulfur is most suitable one

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