Flux

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'''Flux''' represents the integrated intensity of an X-ray beam and is defined as the number of X-ray photons emitted per unit time. The unit for flux is photons per second (p.p.s.).

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Flux (Fr).

Flux represents the integrated intensity of an X-ray beam and is defined as the number of X-ray photons emitted per unit time. The unit for flux is photons per second (p.p.s.).