flux

flux
[1] The lines of magnetic force moving through a magnetic field.
[2] An ingredient placed on metal being soldered or brazed, to remove and prevent the formation of surface oxidization which would make soldering or brazing difficult. Flux promotes the fusion of metals during the welding process.

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