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

[metabolism] Flux, or metabolic flux is the rate of turnover of molecules through a metabolic pathway. Flux is regulated by the enzymes involved in a pathway. Within cells, regulation of flux is vital for all metabolic pathways to regulate the metabolic pathway`s activity under different conditions. Flux is therefore of great interest in me
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Flux

[Galactik Football] The Flux is a fictional fluid/force used in Galactik Football when in action, allowing players to perform amazing feats of acrobatic and athletic prowess. It is portrayed in Galactik Football as a constantly shifting aura around the person using it, and although its primary use is for physical enhancement (i.e. increased
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Flux

[album] Flux is the fourth and final album by Love Spirals Downwards, an ethereal band on the US record label, Projekt Records. It is stylistically quite different from their previous albums, and is more in line with the atmospheric drum`n`bass of artists on Good Looking Records. ==Track listing== ...
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Flux

[quantum mechanics] The equerries listed below are officers of the Royal Household of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom in personal attendance upon the sovereign or senior members of the Royal Family. ...
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Flux

[comics] Flux is a fictional gamma empowered soldier in the Marvel Comics universe. He is one of the Hulk`s enemies. ==Fictional character biography== Private Benjamin Tibbits, a soldier with unresolved mother issues, was a Private First Class in the United States Army. He, along with a platoon of soldiers, were exposed to a gamma bomb by G
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Flux

[disambiguation] Flux comes from Latin and means flow. == Science, technology, and medicine == ==Arts and entertainment== ==Software== ...
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Flux

[metallurgy] In metallurgy, a flux (derived from Latin fluxus meaning “flow”), is a chemical cleaning agent, flowing agent, or purifying agent. Fluxes may have more than one function at a time. They are used in both extractive metallurgy and metal joining. Some of the earliest known fluxes were carbonate of soda, potash, charcoal, coke,
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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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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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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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