chemical flux

chemical flux

[′kem·ə·kəl ′fləks]
(chemistry)
In a chemical reaction, the amount of a given substance per unit volume transformed per unit time. Also known as chemiflux.
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Hearth--The hearth floor, ramps and charging sills must be resistant to molten metal penetration, chemical flux attack and take the physical abuse during charging and cleaning.
Major sources include absorption from the atmosphere, products of fossil fuel decomposition (hydrocarbons), adherent condensation on dirty tools, chemical flux materials and alloy additives.
On aluminum bronzes, phosphorus bronzes and some red brasses, crushed glass or proprietary chemical flux covers were used.