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plan·chet

(plan'shet),
A small, flat plate or dish used to support a sample for radioactivity determination; the sample is usually evaporated on (in) the planchet.
[Fr. planchette, dim. of planche, plank]

planchet

(plăn′chĕt)
A small, flat container or dish on which a radioactive sample is placed.
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Planchet opened the window as desired, and the gust of tumult which filled the chamber with cries, wheels, barkings, and steps deafened D'Artagnan himself, as he had wished.
And the chart is there as a proof," added Planchet, who went to fetch from the neighboring wall, where it was suspended by a twist, forming a triangle with the bar of the window to which it was fastened, the plan consulted by the captain on his last visit to Planchet.
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Finally the precipitate was poured into an aluminium planchet and was dried by placing it under an infra red lamp.
said Julie Planchet, general manager, Cabot inkjet colorants.
James Corden is comic relief as the Musketeers' manservant Planchet.
James Corden is earthy comic relief as the Musketeers' long-suffering manservant Planchet.
James Corden also keeps popping up with cameo comedy sketches which aren't fit even for a halfwit character like Planchet.
So is their servant Planchet (an amusing but underused James Corden), and even France's monarchs, fop Louis XIII (Freddie Fox) and Queen Anne (Juno Temple).