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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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3] groups, four ring methylene groups, four ring quaternary carbon atoms, and two allenic terminal silicon atoms (if they exist) are equivalent, indicating the fluxional nature of the bent allenic structure in solution.
This commonly-held misconception is understandable, but it stands on very fluxional grounds.
The fluxional behavior of 2,6-dimethylphenyl(pentachlorocyclopentadienyl)mercury (II) has been examined in solution by variable temperature NMR spectroscopy and by Nuclear Quadrupole resonance (NQR) spectroscopy in the solid state.
The unstable icon is an aleatory point in a fluxional cybernetic field, a phasespace that is perpetually contingent insofar as it becomes implicated in one or another of an increasingly complex network of possible trajectories and destinations, including the visual link of what seems to be the same icon.
He compares Newton's fluxional theory with Leibniz's calculus, and argues that they are significantly and conceptually different.
The fluxional hillside involved was the aptly named Slide Mountain.
In a fluxional world of shifting certainties, sundry anchorages of generally accepted fact have provided one with a stable basis of received information.
The application of some of these ideas to fluxional systems has led him into fruitful collaborations with his synthetic and mechanistic colleagues.