**Linear, linear velocity**

⇀ 1D vector

⇌ 1D bivector

∟ 2D plane

**Angular, angular velocity**

∠ 1D rotation, angle in radians

∢ 2D rotation, solid angle in steradians

⦖ 3D rotation, roll angle (no conventional unit)

**Vibrations**

∿ Linear (1D)

⎋ Birotation (2D→1D)

⌁ Charge (1D electric or 2D magnetic)

⌇ Thermal charge (3D)

**Geometric**

↻ CW, Clockwise rotation

↺ CCW, Counterclockwise, anticlockwise rotation

∥ Parallel

⊥ Orthogonal, perpendicular

**Realms**

▷ Scalar (triangle as "3 scalar dimensions")

⊞ Rectangular coordinates, as in 3D space or 3D time.

⊗ Polar coordinates, as in 3D counterspace.

**Force fields**

ψ Dielectric field (radial, s/1)

ϕ Magnetic field (circumferential, t

^{2}/s

^{2})

φ Planck field (electromagnetism, s × t

^{2}/s

^{2}= t

^{2}/s)

**Conceptual**

⚋ Yin, angular, rotational, circular, polar

⚊ Yang, linear, translational, rectangular

The remaining 2D and 3D digrams are yet to be analyzed for RS2 concepts, though they are indicative of several concepts:

⚌ Greater yang, Material sector, time-space region, space/time, 3D space

⚏ Greater yin, Cosmic sector, space-time region, time/space, 3D time

⚎ Lesser yang, Material sector, time region, matter (⇀s,∠t)

⚍ Lesser yin, Cosmic sector, space region, antimatter (⇀t,∠s)

And the trigrams seem conceptually similar to States of Matter, with dimensional variations:

Solid: ☷ Earth

Liquid: ☶ Mountain (snow), ☵ Water (rain), ☳ Thunder (downpour)

Vapor: ☴ Wind (cloud), ☲ Fire (plasma), ☱ Lake (fog)

Gas: ☰ Heaven