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When we use the term planar, we're talking about two dimensions. We could also be designating a plane or flat, 2-dimensional construct. Planar figures are ones drawn in …two dimensions and lying on a plane. Every single triangle is a planar figure, as is every circle, just to cite two examples. (MORE)

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A planar projection is one wherein the points from a three-dimensional object are mapped on a two dimensional surface. One example is seen when a map of the world is proje…cted on a flat page. (MORE)

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It is one of several methods to draw a 3D object (like a globe) on a 2D surface (like a piece of paper). See related links.

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Planar motion is the result of vectors summing to zero. In the case of force vectors it is the equilibrium condition: 0 = f1 + f2 + f3 + ..fn. Whenever the sum of the vectors …is zero, the motion is confined to a plane thus planar motion. When there are three vectors the sum forms a triangle. If there are two vectors the sum forms a line in the null case the sum forms a point at the origin summing to zero Conservation of energy is a zero force condition, thus giving planar motion: Derivative of Energy= force = 0 at Conservation of Energy, therefore conservation of Energy motion is planar motion. Gravitational orbits are planar motion orbits due to conservation of gravitational energy. The forces are : 0= mdv/dt + mcDelxv t + mGM r/R^3 (MORE)

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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…ectly flat smooth piece of glass. If an etch or chip is on the glass surface, or if the glass is heated and curves, then it is no longer a planar surface. Semiconductor fabrication requires the wafer to be a planar surface. (MORE)

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Fault (geology) : when rock on one side has moved with respect to the right side Faults are like planar breaks in blocks of crust. Therefore, planar breaks are when one pie…ce of crust (rock) has moved with respect to another piece of crust. (MORE)

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It depends on the phase and the temperature Solid AlCl3 has each aluminium is 6 coordinate, surrounded by 6 chlorine atoms in an octahedral formation. The best description h…ere is a ionic bonding. Interestingly just below melt temperature the conductivity rises indicating free ions. AlCl3 in the melt is found as dimer Al2Cl6 with four coordinate aluminium. Two chlorines bridging the aluminium atoms. In this aluminium achieves its octet and the bond angles are in line with VSEPR theory. At high temperature the dimers dissociate to monomeric AlCl3 which is trigonal planar, following VSEPR theory. (MORE)

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It is planer because all carbons are sp2 hybridised and a sp2 hybrid carbon forms planar 4 atom sytem (methanal - H2C=O is the perfect example).

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

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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 …or poor structural integrity of the material. (MORE)