Flux

[song] `Flux` is a song by Bloc Party which was released as a single on 12 November 2007. It was produced by Jacknife Lee, along with several other new songs, during the band`s week in the studio after their performances at the Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds Festivals. The song uses mostly electronic instruments and features vocalist Ke
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Flux

[software] Flux is a software suite released by Media Machines which consists of Flux Player and Flux Studio. Flux Player is a VRML/X3D viewer that works both as plugin in Internet Explorer, and as standalone program in Windows. Flux Studio is a VRML/X3D editor that works in Windows. Both programs supports Windows Me/2000 and higher. Flux P
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Flux

A substance added to react with the charge, or a product of its reduction, in metallurgy; usually added to lower a melting point.
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Flux

The rate of flow of a physical quantitiy through a reference surface.
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Flux

1. A flowing or flow. 2. A substance used to help metals fuse together.
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FLUX

Is the Flow Uncertainty Index. It refers to a financial model developed for the National Association of Insurance Commissioners to quantify the relative risk or variability of CMOs over a range of interest rate scenarios.
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Flux

A flow of matter or energy of which direction, rate and density can be determined.
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flux

[n] - the rate of flow of energy or particles across a given surface 2. [n] - a substance added to molten metals to bond with impurities that can then be readily removed 3. [n] - excessive discharge of liquid from a cavity or organ (as in watery diarrhea) 4. [n] - a flow or discharge 5. [n] - in constant change
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Flux

An aggressive chemical, usually contained in the solder wire, which will clean the areas about to be jointed.
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Flux

archaic or obsolete terms > Medical: An excessive flow or discharge of any of the bodies secretions or excretions. Haemorrhage, diarrhoea.
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Flux

A substance applied to the surface of metals to be soldered to inhibit oxidation and aid the flow of filler. Also used to describe substances used in the smelting of metals to assist in the removal of impurities as slag.
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FLUX

The level of power passing either to, from or through a surface measured on energy per unit time.
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Flux

Mechanical EngineeringChemically or physically active formulation capable of cleaning oxides and enabling wetting of metals with solder. PhysicsThe rate of flow of a physical quantitiy through a reference surface.
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Flux

A substance added to react with the charge, or a product of its reduction, in metallurgy, usually added to lower a melting point.
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Flux

a material used to promote joining of metals in soldering.
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Flux

Substance which promotes the fusing of solids by reorganising their crystal networks
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Flux

Mass or volume rate of transfer through membrane surface
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Flux

The magnetic field produced by either permanent magnet or electromagnetic wound fields in motors.
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Flux

Rosin used in solder operations to remove surface oxides.
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flux

A chemically active agent that speeds the wetting process of metals with molten solder: a short-form way of describing a complex of rosin, activators and solvents. When heated, fluxes remove minor surface oxidation, minimise oxidation of the base metal, and promote the formation of an intermetallic layer between solder and base metal. Flux will no
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Flux

Dysentery - An excessive flow or discharge of any of the bodies secretions or excretions
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Flux

Excessive flow or discharge. For example, in dysentery or excessive menstruation.
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Flux

A material applied to the surface of copper pipes and fittings to assist in the cleaning and bonding process.
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Flux

A substance added to a glass or ceramic body that lowers the temperature at which the fusion or melting of base materials takes place during firing or smelting. Potash, bone-ash, borax, lime and soda are common flux materials.
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Flux

Flux (flŭks) noun [ Latin fluxus , from fluere , fluxum , to flow: confer French flux . See Fluent , and confer 1st & 2d Floss , Flush , noun , 6.] 1. The act of flowing; a continuous moving on or passing by, as
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