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Original Teflon Coated Pan
Fryingpan

Origin

DuPont Company/Marc Gregoire

Type

Frying Pan

Effects

Deflects projectiles

Downsides

Makes coated objects extremely slippery

Activation

Contact

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Food-888A

Aisle

704823-7495

Shelf

74973-2368-915

Date of Collection

January 19, 1997

[Source]


OriginEdit

Teflon is a synthetic form of tetrafluoroethylene discovered by the DuPont Company. Due to its molecular structure, it is highly water repellent and has one of the lowest coefficients of friction for a solid. French engineer Marc Gregoire applied coatings of Teflon his fishing lines and cooking pans to prevent tangles and messes. Today, Teflon and other non-stick substances are commonly used in cooking vessels to provide easy transfer to the plate without damaging the food.

EffectsEdit

Deflects any force that strikes the inside of the plan with twice the speed. Any objects it touches will become extremely slippery and hard to grasp.

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