Term: | integral particle flux |

Definition: |
The integral directional particle flux J(E,w) is literally the mathematical integral, with respect to the energy E, of the differential particle flux j(E,w). It denotes the number of particles of energy equal to or greater than E, per unit area, per unit solid angle, per unit time, passing through an area perpendicular to the viewing direction. |

Created 2023.04.16

Last Modified 2023.04.16

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