Plate

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Plate may refer to a range of objects, which have in common being thin and flat relative to their surroundings or context:

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Biology / Medicine
Geology
Physics
  • A physical approximation of a theoretical plate in separation processes
  • Plate electrode, a type of electrode used in vacuum tubes
  • Plate theory, a theory used in continuum mechanics to explain thin solids
  • Wilhelmy plate, used to measure tension at an interface between air and a liquid or between two liquids

Technology[edit]

  • Wall plate, a vertical component used in building construction

Printing and photography[edit]

Rairoading[edit]

  • Plate B, Plate C, ... , Plate H, different loading gauges used on North American railroads. I

Metal plates[edit]

  • Plate (metal), a rectangular flat metal stock that is more than 6 mm or 0.25 in thick, not as thin as sheet metal

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