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Brazier James, S. (1877). Analytical Tables arranged expressly for the use of Students attending the class for practical chemistry in the University of Aberdeen. Revised edition. Aberdeen, A. Brown & Co.

Brazier, J. S. (1855). Analytical tables arranged expressly for the use of students attending the practical class of chemistry in Marischal College and University. Aberdeen.

Brazier, J. S. (1861). Analytical tables, arranged expressly for the use of the students attending the class of practical chemistry in the University of Aberdeen. Aberdeen, Cornwall.

Brearley, H. (1903). The analytical chemistry of uranium. London, New York, Bombay, Longmans, Green, and co.

Breen, J. J., M. J. Dellarco, et al. (1992). Pollution prevention in industrial processes: the role of process analytical chemistry. Washington, DC, American Chemical Society.

Brewer, S. (1980). Solving problems in analytical chemistry. New York, Wiley.

Breyer, B. and H. H. Bauer (1963). Alternating current polarography and tensammetry. New York, Interscience Publishers.

Briggs, W. and R. W. Stewart (1913). Qualitative analysis. London, W.B. Clive, Tutorial University Press.

Briggs, W., R. W. Stewart, et al. (1909). Chemical analysis, qualitative and quantitative. London, W.B. Clive, University Tutorial Press.

Brigham Young University Department of, C. (1988). Environmental analytical chemistry: chemistry and source apportionment in ambient and indoor atmospheres: 6th symposium: Abstracts and program. Provo, Brigham Young University.

Bright, F. V., M. E. P. McNally, et al. (1992). Supercritical fluid technology: theoretical and applied approaches to analytical chemistry. Washington, DC, American Chemical Society.

Briscoe, H. V. A. and J. W. Matthews (1934). Micro-chemical methods suitable for general analytical practice. London, I.C.

Brisdon, B. J. and D. W. Brown (1973). Spectroscopic problems in chemistry. New York; London, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co.

British Drug, H. (1933). The B.D.H. book of reagents for 'spot' tests and delicate analysis. London, British Drug Houses.

British Drug, H. (1941). The B.D.H. book of organic reagents for analytical use. London, British Drug Houses.

British Drug, H., Hopkin, et al. (1957). "AnalaR" standards for laboratory chemicals: incorporating improved standards for the analytical reagents originally designated as "A.R.". [S.l., s.n.].

Broekaert, J. A. C., M. Grasserbauer, et al. (1996). ENVIROTRACE: presentation of the network for trace analytical chemistry in the environment, European Commission.

Brown James, C. and D. Bengough Guy (1882). Analytical Tables for Students of Practical Chemistry. London, J. & A. Churchill.

Brown, J. C. (1882). Practical chemistry: analytical tables and exercises for students, London.

Brown, J. C. and G. D. Bengough (1913). Practical chemistry, London.

Brown, P. R. (1990). High-performance liquid chromatography: past developments, present status, and future trends.

Browning, J. (1882). How to work with the spectroscope: a manual of practical manipulation with spectroscopes of all kinds. London, Browning.

Browning, R., S. Hofmann, et al. (1979). Ultraviolet photoelectron and photoion spectroscopy, auger electron spectroscopy, plasma excitation in spectrochmical analysis. Amsterdam; New York, Elsevier Scientific Pub. Co.

Bruner, F. and R. Italian National Program for Antartica, Eds. (1994). Environmental analytical chemistry in the Antartica: 2nd Meeting on environmental impact - chemical methodologies: Papers, Gordon and Breach.

Brzózka, Z., R. Bilewicz, et al., Eds. (2001). ISE 2000: the International Society of Electrochemistry: 51st annual meeting: electrochemistry at the turn of the millennium, Elsevier.

Buckingham, A. D. and T. S. West (1973). M.T.P. international review of science. Physical chemistry. Series one. London, Butterworths.

Buckingham, A. D. and T. S. West (1976). International review of science. Physical chemistry. Series two. London [etc.], Butterworth.

Buckingham, A. D. and T. S. West (1976). Physical chemistry: series two.

Buckingham, A. D., Ed. (1972). MTP international review of science. London; Baltimore, Butterworths: University Park Press.

Buffle, J. and G. Horvai (2000). In situ monitoring of aquatic systems: chemical analysis and speciation. Chichester, Wiley.

Buffle, J., H. P. v. Leeuwen, et al. (1992). Environmental particles. Boca Raton; London, Lewis.

Bulcher, R. and L. Gordon (1961). International series of monographs on analytical chemistry. London, Pergamon.

Bulman, R. A., J. R. Cooper, et al. (1986). Speciation of fission and activation products in the environment. London, Elsevier Applied Science.

Bunsen, R. (1874). Anleitung zur Analyse der Aschen & Mineralwasser. Heidelberg, Carl Winter.

Bureau of, A. (1945). British abstracts. London, Bureau of Abstracts.

Burger, K. (1973). Organic reagents in metal analysis. Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press.

Burger, K. (1983). Solvation, ionic, and complex formation reactions in non-aqueous solvents: experimental methods for their investigation. Budapest, Akadémiai Kiadó.

Burk Robert, E. and J. Grummitt Oliver (1948). Frontiers in Chemistry. (Edited by R. E. Burk and Oliver Grummitt.). New York, Interscience Publishers.

Burk, R. E. and O. Grummitt (1949). Recent advances in analytical chemistry. New York, Interscience Publishers.

Burlingame, A. L. (1970). Advances in analytical chemistry and instrumentation.


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