Flux (disambiguation)

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Flux comes from Latin and means flow.

Science, technology, and medicine[edit]

  • Flux, a scientific term describing the rate of flow of something through a surface
  • Magnetic flux, a measure of quantity of magnetism
  • Electric flux, a measure of quantity of electricity
  • Flux (metallurgy), a substance which increases flow and melting of slag in metal extraction, or facilitates metal joining by chemically cleaning the metals to be joined
  • Flux (biology)
  • Luminous flux
  • Ceramic flux, a substance which lowers the melting point and promotes glass formation in ceramic materials
  • Secondary flux (ceramics), a substance which acts as a ceramic flux in combination with other materials or at higher temperatures
  • Flow (psychology), often referred to as flux
  • Flux (metabolism), the rate of turnover of molecules through a metabolic pathway
  • Dysentery or other diseases causing the loss of fluid by diarrhea or hemorrhage
  • 4-Fluoroamphetamine (4-FA; PAL-303; "Flux"), a central nervous system stimulant with quasi-amphetamine effects

Arts and entertainment[edit]


  • Flux (software), a suite of VRML/X3D viewing/authoring software
  • Flux (software company), a developer of workflow software
  • f.lux, a program that adjusts the color temperature of a computer display
  • Fast flux, a DNS technique used by botnets to hide phishing and malware delivery sites