fluxion

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fluxion

/flux·ion/ (fluk´shun) a flowing; especially an abnormal or excessive flow of fluid to a part.

fluxion,

n a homeopathic process by which a liquid potency is created with injected water, thus producing the potentizing effect in the liquid remedy. Also called
continuous fluxion.
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Correlations are made between NMR observations on solutions and crystal structure results, interrelationships which have involved ring current shielding, fluxional processes, and spin-spin coupling constants.
During the 1980s, the work of Dixon's group has concentrated on studies of these metals and includes the synthesis of many previously unknown complexes, computer analysis of unsual 31P and 195 Pt NMR spectra, dynamic NMR studies of fluxional systems including examples where access to a specific coordination site is controlled by a strongly bonded metal-ligand pivot, and synthetic and reactivity studies of novel tri-palladium and platinum/dipalladium cluster systems.