All such things no longer are, for they were forms, manifestations of fluxing matter ere they melted into the flux again.
For fluxing purposes domestic fluorspar is superior to the foreign product.
The felspar or China stone furnish the fluxing ingredients for fusing and binding.
Common garnet, where abundant, has sometimes been used as a fluxing agent in metallurgical operations.
But if the fluxing shou'd not cease of it self at the time when it ought, he must be purg'd to put a stop thereto.
Limestone is quarried at Buxton, Millersdale and Matlock for lime, fluxing and chemical purposes.
At a low temperature such constituents as lime and iron are not much affected, but at a greater heat they act as fluxing agents.
Their fluxing action does not depend on the removal of silicon as fluoride.
late 14c., from Old French flus "flowing, rolling, bleeding," or directly from Latin fluxus "flowing, loose, slack," past participle of fluere "to flow" (see fluent). Originally "excessive flow" (of blood or excrement); an early name for "dysentery;" sense of "continuous succession of changes" is first recorded 1620s. The verb is early 15c., from the noun.
The discharge of large quantities of fluid material from the body, especially the discharge of watery feces from the intestines.
Material thus discharged from the bowels.
The rate of flow of fluid, particles, or energy through a given surface.