Here's a riddle about an ambitious word which wants to be used more often
In space I am already
The problem is the lack of space in me
Chant me at the confectionary
Chant me at the ball bearings factory
Or if it turns out a bit forced
Use me in boolean algebra
The space referred to in the first line is actual space while the space in the second line refers to a 'space' splitting the word in two, forming other words. The wordplay in the following clues ignore that the word lacks this space.