Fluence

Time integrated flux

Fluence

In physics, fluence is the flux (either particle or radiative flux) integrated over time. For particles, it is defined as the total number of particles that intersect a unit area in a specific time interval of interest, and has units of m–2 (number of particles per meter squared). Fluence can also be used to describe the energy delivered per uni...
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Fluence

• (n.) Fluency.
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fluence

(H) Type: Term Pronunciation: flū′ens Definitions: 1. A measure of the quantity of x-radiation in a beam in diagnostic radiology, either particle fluence, the number of photons passing an aperture of unit cross-sectional area, or energy fluence, the sum of the energies of the photons passing through a unit area. ...
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Fluence

Flu'ence noun Fluency. [ Obsolete] Milton.
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fluence

A measure of the quantity of x-radiation in a beam in diagnostic radiology, either particle fluence, the number of photons entering a sphere of unit cross-sectional area, or energy fluence, the sum of the energies of the photons passing through a unit area. ... Compare: flux. ... Origin: L. Fluentia, a flowing, fr. Fluo, to flow ... (05 Mar 2000) ....
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fluence

refers to the energy density from an optical souce impingent on a sample. The higher the energy density, the higher the fluence.
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fluence

the quotient of dN by da, where dN is the number of particles incident on a sphere of cross-sectional area da:
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