intermediate flux

intermediate flux

[‚in·tər′mēd·ē·ət ′fləks]
(metallurgy)
A flux consisting of organic halide compounds whose residues are decomposed by the heat of soldering; fluxing action approaches that of corrosive flux.
References in classic literature ?
Yes; and we had before agreed that anything of this kind which we might find was to be described as matter of opinion, and not as matter of knowledge; being the intermediate flux which is caught and detained by the intermediate faculty.
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