Results for: Planarity

In Science

What is a planar surface?

In mathematics, a plane is any flat, two-dimensional surface. A planar surface means that the surface of a material is straight in two dimensions, an example would be a perf (MORE)

Is so3 trigonal planar?

YES it is.  This is because there are 3 electron clouds around the central Sulfur atom. These clouds repel each other as far apart as possible (120 degrees) because electro (MORE)

Is the complete graph on 5 vertices planar?

No, the complete graph of 5 vertices is non planar . because we cant make any such complete graph which draw without cross over the edges . if there exist any crossing with re (MORE)
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Is C6H12 planar?

C6H12 is a tetahedral since c will be your central atom and your atom would have four bonds not three
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What is planar defect?

A Planar Defect is a defect that occurs in crystalline structure of  a material either naturally or due to the influence of some outside  source, and can result in weakness (MORE)

What is the difference between planar transformer and AA normal transformer?

I am currently designing a planar transformer for a switch-mode  power supply. From what I understand, planar transformer is better  than a normal transformer due to its sha (MORE)
In Physics

Is ICl4- a square planar and polar?

Yes, it is square planar. The central iodine atom exceeds the octet rule by bonding with all four chlorine atoms and having two lone pairs. A central atom with six electron pa (MORE)
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How is a Planar graph used is graph theory?

In graph theory, a planar graph is a graph that can be embedded in the plane, i.e., it can be drawn on the plane in such a way that its edges intersect only at their endpoints (MORE)