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D6, D.VI, D06 or D.6 can refer to:
- D6-DMSO or deuterated DMSO, a molecule containing six deuterium atoms
- D6 HDTV VTR, a SMPTE VTR Type D6, uncompressed HDTV VTR -(Gigabit Data Recorder - 2000-2006) made by Philips
- D6 road (Croatia), a state road in Croatia
- D6 System, a system of game mechanics for role-playing games
- Albatros D.VI, a 1917 German prototype single-seat twin-boom pusher biplane
- ATC code D06 Antibiotics and chemotherapeutics for dermatological use, a subgroup of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System
- Auster D.6, a 1960 four-seat British light aircraft
- Bavarian D VI, an 1880 German saturated steam locomotive
- Caterpillar D6, a 1956 medium bulldozer
- Dewoitine D.6, a Dewoitine aircraft
- Dublin 6, a Dublin, Ireland postal district
- Dunne D.6, a British Dunne aircraft
- Fokker D.VI, a 1917 German fighter aircraft
- HMS Hampshire (D06), a 1961 British Royal Navy County-class destroyer
- HMS Keith (D06) a WWII British Royal Navy B-class destroyer
- London Buses route D6, a Transport for London contracted bus route
- MGWR Class D6, a Midland Great Western Railway Irish steam locomotive model
- PRR D6, an 1881 American steam locomotive model
- Roland D.VI, a 1918 German fighter aircraft
- SP&S Class D-6, a steam locomotives class
- Clavinet D6, an electrophonic keyboard instrument manufactured by the Hohner company
- The IATA code for Interair South Africa, an airline based in Johannesburg, South Africa
- d6, gaming notation for a six-sided die
- In mathematics, D6, the dihedral group of order 6
- D06, Carcinoma in situ of cervix uteri in ICD-10 code
- d6 may refer to the d electron count of a transition metal complex.
- D6, common abbreviation for the Yamaha XJ600 Diversion motorcycle.
- D-6, codename for the Moscow Metro 2
- D6, the first Citroen Dyane designation for Dyane with 602cc engine.
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