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Flux comes from Latin and means flow; it may mean:
- Flux, a scientific term describing the rate of flow of something through a surface
- Flux (software), a free for non-commercial usage suite of VRML/X3D viewing/authoring software
- Flux (metallurgy), a material that aids in smelting and soldering by assisting the flow of the molten metal
- Flow (psychology), often referred to as flux
- Flux (biochemistry), the rate of turnover of molecules through a metabolic pathway
- Flux (novel), a book by Stephen Baxter
- Flux Magazine (US), a short-lived American music, comic book & video game magazine from the mid-1990's
- Flux Of Pink Indians, the name of a British anarcho-punk band, originally known as Flux of Pink Indians
- Fluxx, a card game
- Flux Capacitor, a fictional device from Back to the Future that "makes time travel possible"
- Fluxus, an art movement
- Flux Wildly, one of the main characters from the computer game Toonstruck
- Flux (magazine), a magazine published by students at the University of Oregon journalism school
- Flux (magazine), a magazine published in the United Kingdom
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