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POYNTING VECTOR
QUANTIZED
ELECTRIC FLUX FLOWING
WIND SPEED
MAGNETIC FLUX PASSING
MAGNETIC FLUX QUANTUM
X-RAY FLUX
G6P
GLYCOLYTIC FLUX
POWER FLUX
SOLDERING
GLUTAMATE PRODUCTION
SOLAR NEUTRINO FLUX
METABOLIC FLUX
MAGNETIC FLUX TUBES
ASPHALT FLUX
CLOSED SURFACE
VIRTUAL PARTICLE FLUX
PARTICLE FLUX
RADIANT FLUX DENSITY
LUMEN
FLUX COMPACTIFICATIONS
VIRTUAL PHOTON FLUX
LUMINOUS FLUX DENSITY
HIGH NEUTRON FLUX
ENERGY FLUX
FLUX TUBES
UNIT SOLID ANGLE
ILLUMINANCE
MAGNETIC FLUX DENSITY
NEUTRON FLUX
TREVOR GOODCHILD
AEON FLUX
LEARNING
TECHNOLOGY
PLACE
CENTER
GROUPS
SELECTION
PRODUCTION
CELL
FUNCTION
RELATED
AIR
LAMINAR
POLYTHEISM
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Definitions

  1. A flux is a material which converts compounds that are infusible at a certain temperature into others which melt at that temperature.
  2. Flux is a quantity proportional to the surface integral of the normal (perpendicular) force field intensity over a given surface.
  3. Flux is a chemical compound that is applied and shields the joint surface from air and prevents oxide formation.
  4. Flux is a domain-specific programming language for building high-performance server applications.
  5. Flux were also very good, but lacked the intensity of Antisect that night.

Poynting Vector

  1. The Poynting vector "P" is calculated as a cross product of the electric field and magnetic flux as shown in Eq.

Quantized

  1. Since the holonomy at the beginning and at the end is the identity, the total magnetic flux is quantized.

Electric Flux Flowing

  1. Here the helical filaments would originate from the charge and be sustained continuously by electric flux flowing at the speed of light.

Wind Speed

  1. If the net is made bigger, then the flux would be larger even though the wind speed is the same.

Magnetic Flux Passing

  1. In other words, when the magnetic flux passing though a substance, increases, its intensity as a magnet increase.

Magnetic Flux Quantum

  1. Magnetic flux quantum is the quantum of magnetic flux passing through a superconductor.

X-Ray Flux

  1. M-Class flares have a tenth the energy and C-Class flares have a tenth of the X-ray flux seen in M-Class flares.

G6P

  1. If hexokinase remained active during low glycolytic flux the G6P would accumulate and the extra solute would cause the cells to enlarge due to osmosis.

Glycolytic Flux

  1. Although these experiments showed that isolated mitochondria supported glycolytic flux, it was not possible to quantify the flux accurately.

Power Flux

  1. Now, the Solar constant is a measure of power flux, the amount of energy passing through a given area in a given time.

Soldering

  1. This reaction is relevant to the utility of Ammonium chloride as a flux for soldering - it dissolves oxide coatings exposing the clean metal surface.

Glutamate Production

  1. The flux of Pc proportionally increased to glutamate production despite the flux of PEPc remaining constant throughout batch fermentation.
  2. The flux distribution in the pentose phosphate pathway around the glucose-6-phosphate branch point decreased as glutamate production increased.

Solar Neutrino Flux

  1. Several neutrino observatories were constructed, including the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory and Kamiokande to try to measure the solar neutrino flux.

Metabolic Flux

  1. Metabolic flux refers to the rate of flow of metabolites along a metabolic pathway, or even through a single enzyme.

Magnetic Flux Tubes

  1. They get quantized into vortices called magnetic flux tubes.
  2. This phase is not a superconductor because an electric current would force the magnetic flux tubes to move, and thus would expend energy.

Asphalt Flux

  1. In order to create roofing grade asphalt, asphalt flux is air-blown at elevated temperatures which converts the flux to roofing grade asphalt.

Closed Surface

  1. Gauss's law for magnetism, which is one of the four Maxwell's equations, states that the total magnetic flux through a closed surface is equal to zero.
  2. Gauss's law gives the relation between the electric flux flowing out a closed surface and the electric charge enclosed in the surface.
  3. Gauss's law, giving the relationship between flux through a closed surface and the enclosed source.

Virtual Particle Flux

  1. This is modeled as scalar, massless charge flux or virtual particle flux, or "pieces" of the spatiotemporal vacuum spacetime medium.

Particle Flux

  1. The rate at which reactions occur depends on the particle energy, the particle flux and the reaction cross section.

Radiant Flux Density

  1. Radiant flux density is just the energy per unit volume (cubic meters or cubic centimeters).

Lumen

  1. One lux is equal to one lumen per square metre, where 4π lumens is the total luminous flux of a light source of one candela of luminous intensity.

Flux Compactifications

  1. The discovery of flux compactifications have opened the way for reconciling inflation and string theory.

Virtual Photon Flux

  1. EM energy is any ordering, either static or dynamic, in the virtual photon flux (VPF) of vacuum.

Luminous Flux Density

  1. The luminous flux density per solid angle as measured in a given direction relative to the emitting source.

High Neutron Flux

  1. The r process is thought to occur in supernova explosions because the conditions of high temperature, high neutron flux and ejected matter are present.
  2. Some of these reactions release neutrons, and these machines are sources of high neutron flux.

Energy Flux

  1. Above the core is the radiation zone, where the plasma conveys the energy flux by means of radiation.

Flux Tubes

  1. In this way, Faraday 's "flux tubes" become elementary excitations of the quantum electromagnetic field.
  2. Mean field dynamo theory deals with various mean quantities and does not directly throw any light on the question of existence of flux tubes.

Unit Solid Angle

  1. It is the flux emitted in a unit solid angle by a point source that has one candela luminous intensity.
  2. For a point source, luminous intensity is the luminous flux per unit solid angle (i.e.
  3. The above expression simply states that the mass flux per unit solid angle, which takes the value, is independent of the radius,.

Illuminance

  1. Illuminance is the density of the luminous flux incident on a surface.
  2. Illuminance is another quantity derived from intensity which denotes luminous flux density.
  3. First, it eliminates color and flux variations among the different LEDs and the illuminance and color variations across the emitting face of each chip.

Magnetic Flux Density

  1. Tesla, named after the famous inventor Nikola Tesla, is a unit of magnetic flux density that describes the "strength" of the magnet.
  2. The vector field is known among electrical engineers as magnetic flux density or magnetic induction or simply magnetic field, as used by physicists.
  3. The relationship between magnetic field strength (H) and magnetic flux density (B) is not linear in such materials.

Neutron Flux

  1. Used for electron flux, neutron flux, and particle flux.

Trevor Goodchild

  1. One of these individuals is Æon Flux (Charlize Theron), a beautiful assassin who has been assigned to kill Trevor Goodchild himself.

Aeon Flux

  1. When government agents murder her family, Aeon Flux (Charlize Theron) swears revenge.
  2. Marton Csokas plays Trevor Goodchild, both the antagonist and love interest for Aeon Flux.
  3. He provides a way through for the character of Aeon Flux.

Learning

  1. I particularly enjoyed learning about the development and flux in momentum of this revolutionary moment in dance.
  2. Gameplay: First off, you take Aeon Flux across a tutorial, learning the ropes and basic movement controls.

Technology

  1. The Lorraine glassmakers brought with them the technology of Forest glass, the greenish glass that utilized potash from wood ashes as a flux.
  2. Communications in the United States (and internationally) is an area in which both technology and regulatory policy have been in flux.

Place

  1. Astronomers' view of the size of the universe and our place in it was in a state of flux.

Center

  1. In other words, near the surface, strong momentum flux joins the helical vorticity at the center of the strong updraft.

Groups

  1. Then I will sum all the pixels in each group and compare the results of a few groups with the result of the total flux * average sensitivity.
  2. The ANSI artscene was in a continual state of flux, with intense rivalry between artists and groups.
  3. Sunspots are concentrations of magnetic flux, typically occurring in bipolar clusters or groups.

Selection

  1. The undershoot trajectory has the highest heat flux and therefore defines selection of the TPS material.

Production

  1. Fluorite is used as a flux in refining iron; cryolite serves as the electrolyte in the production of aluminum.

Cell

  1. This is necessary to prevent an accumulation of G6P in the cell when flux through the glycolytic pathway is low.
  2. This type of negative feedback slows flux through a pathway when the products begin to build up and is an important way to maintain homeostasis in a cell.
  3. The previous section (Section 2.3.1) addressed the discretization of the right hand side of Equation 2.8 by calculating the mass flux into a cell.

Function

  1. Instead, it is discretized, being a function of the magnitude of the virtual photon flux (VPF) exchange between the vacuum and the charged particle.
  2. Whereas the former enzyme has been shown to direct metabolic flux toward sialic acid in vivo, the function of the latter enzyme is unclear.

Related

  1. The late activity marks thermal flux possibly related to asthenospheric replacement of gravitationally unstable lithosphere.

Air

  1. Air-blowing: The manufacturing process used to make oxidized roofing asphalts in which air is blown through an asphalt flux.

Laminar

  1. For laminar flow conditions and constant heat flux conditions on the pipe surface the Nusselt number is computed using equation (3).
  2. In laminar flows the momentum flux is molecular and thus much smaller.

Polytheism

  1. SECT. VIII. (Flux and reflux of polytheism and theism).

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