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A flux pen used for reworks. Multicore solder containing flux. Wire freshly coated with solder, still immersed in molten rosin flux. In metallurgy, a flux is a chemical cleaning agent that facilitates soldering, brazing, and welding by removing oxidation from the metals to be joined. — “Flux (metallurgy) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
This article is about the concept of flux in science and mathematics. Generally, in particular in the field of electromagnetism and mathematics, flux is usually the integral of a vector quantity, flux density, over a finite surface. — “Flux - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Heat flux or thermal flux is the rate of heat energy transfer through a given surface. To define the heat flux density at a certain point in space, one takes the limiting case where the size of. — “Heat flux - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
This was a surprising discovery, and I was exceeding glad of them; but I was warned by my experience to eat sparingly of them; remembering that when I was ashore in Barbary, the eating of grapes killed several of our Englishmen, who were slaves there, by throwing them into fluxes and fevers. — “Robinson Crusoe” by Daniel Defoe
And to say the truth, of all this diversity and confusion of prescriptions, what other end and effect is there after all, but to purge the belly? which a thousand ordinary simples will do as well; and I do not know whether such evacuations be so much to our advantage as they pretend, and whether nature does not require a residence of her excrements to a certain proportion, as wine does of its lees to keep it alive: you often see healthful men fall into vomitings and fluxes of the belly by some extrinsic accident, and make a great evacuation of excrements, without any preceding need, or any following benefit, but rather with hurt to their constitution. 'Tis from the great Plato, that I lately learned, that of three sorts of motions which are natural to us, purging is the worst, and that no man, unless he be a fool, ought to take anything to that purpose but in the extremest necessity. — “Essays” by Michel de Montaigne