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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flux.


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  • So all the fluxes are a combination of one or two element atoms and one oxygen atom.

    16. Glaze formula calculations

  • _ -- For the performance of the above operations we require the two gases, oxygen and acetylene, to produce the flames; rods of metal which may be added to the joints while molten in order to give the weld sufficient strength and proper form, and various chemical powders, called fluxes, which assist in the flow of metal and in doing away with many of the impurities and other objectionable features.

    Oxy-Acetylene Welding and Cutting Electric, Forge and Thermit Welding together with related methods and materials used in metal working and the oxygen process for removal of carbon

  • If we could look at the universe through a super-powerful microscope, we would see that it is composed of "Tinkertoy" elements called fluxes, branes, moduli, orientifolds (and more) all arranged on a tiny knot of higher-dimensional space called a Calabi-Yau manifold. all content

  • "fluxes" of ionizing radiation from cosmic rays or solar flares.

    Ottawa Sun

  • Matter fluxes, crystallizes, and fluxes again, and forms are never repeated.

    Chapter 16

  • But the solutions suggested by the question the indigenous peoples "horizontal line", or socialism may not be answering contemporary and future conditions of large population levels, complex technology, fluxes in identities.

    Your toughest nature questions answered

  • Lee introduced the use of fluxes of molecules with well-defined direction and energy, molecular beams.

    The Nobel Prize in Chemistry: The Development of Modern Chemistry

  • And here, at the end of it all, I pore over books of astronomy from the prison library, such as they allow condemned men to read, and learn that even the heavens are passing fluxes, vexed with star - driftage as the earth is by the drifts of men.

    Chapter 21

  • Prof. Pacyna's expertise is based on studies on biogeochemical cycling and fluxes of various chemicals and radionuclides through the environment and source-receptor relationships of various chemicals in the local, regional, and global environment.

    Contributor: Jozef M. Pacyna

  • Rudolf Reuther was trained in methods to assess and quantify the behavior and fluxes of trace elements.

    Contributor: Rudolf Reuther


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