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hexagon

a polygon having six sides

hexagon

[′hek·sə‚gän]
(mathematics)
A six-sided polygon.
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Gailiunas also urged Erdely to consider the possibility that spidrons might be constructed from parts of polygons other than hexagons.
In more spherical footballs, the sides of the hexagons which touch the pentagons will be longer than those that touch other hexagons.
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But is a grid made up of regular hexagons indeed the best possible choice?
Johnson Industries, SwePart and Gislaved will, together with Hexagons ownership in VBG, form the new business area Hexagon Engineering.
Murry and Scuseria realized that the juncture between the pentagons and hexagons, called a "5-6 bond," yields relatively easily to the prying forces of a laser's energy.
A Consilidation into a few core businesses has caracterised Hexagons operations during the period.
High temperature may cause the sheet to curl or convert the hexagons to pentagons or other formations that can stabilize the rounded shape, the researchers suggest.
The Presentation will be published in a Power Point format on Hexagons web site at 16.
Hexagon has sold the Norfood business area to Segulah II L.
They now suggest that the fullerenes begin with a small collection of carbon atoms bonded to each other in a network of adjoining hexagons.