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Harley, J. H. and S. E. Wiberley (1954). Instrumental analysis. New York, Wiley.

Harris, D. C. (1991). Quantitative chemical analysis. New York, W.H. Freeman.

Harris, D. C. (1997). Exploring chemical analysis. New York, Freeman.

Harris, W. E. and B. Kratochvil (1974). Chemical separations and measurements: background and procedures for modern analysis. Philadelphia; London [etc.], Saunders.

Harris, W. E. and B. Kratochvil (1982). An introduction to chemical analysis. Tokyo, Holt-Saunders.

Harris, W. E., B. Kratochvil, et al. (1974). Teaching introductory analytical chemistry. [Philadelphia, Saunders.

Harrison, R. M. and S. Rapsomanikis (1989). Environmental analysis using chromatography interfaced with stomic spectroscopy, Ellis Horwood.

Harrison, R. M., R. v. Grieken, et al. (1998). Atmospheric particles. New York; Chichester, John Wiley.

Harrison, T. S. (1979). Handbook of analytical control of iron and steel production. Chichester, Ellis Horwood [etc.].

Hart, J. P. (1990). Electroanalysis of biologically important compounds. New York, E. Horwood.

Hart, M. P. and H. University of (2002). Solid acid catalysts for liquid phase reactions.

Hartley, T. F. (1990). Computerized quality control. New York, Ellis Horwood.

Harvey, A. B. (1981). Chemical applications of nonlinear Raman spectroscopy. New York; London, Academic Press.

Harvey, D. (2000). Modern analytical chemistry. Boston, McGraw-Hill.

Harvey, J., G. Zweig, et al. (1980). Pesticide analytical methodology: based on a symposium. Washington, D.C., The Society.

Hashim, A. S. (1980). Aspects of analytical chemistry of tungsten and tantalum, University of Reading.

Haswell, S. J. (1992). Practical guide to chemometrics. New York, Dekker.

Hawcroft, D. M., A. M. James, et al. (1987). Diagnostic enzymology. Chichester; New York, Published on behalf on ACOL, London, by Wiley.

Hawcroft, D. M., T. Hector, et al. (1987). Clinical specimens. Chichester; New York, Published on behalf of ACOL, London, by Wiley.

Hawcroft, D. M., T. Hector, et al. (1987). Quantitative bioassay. Chichester; New York, Published on behalf of ACOL, Thames Polytechnic, London, by Wiley.

Hawcroft, D., A. M. James, et al. (1987). Diagnostic enzymology: analytical chemistry by open learning. Chichester, Published on behalf of ACOL by Wiley.

Hawcroft, D., T. Hector, et al. (1988). Quantitative bioassay: analytical chemistry by open learning. Chichester, Published on behalf of ACOL by Wiley.

Hawkins, D. R. and C. Royal Society of (1991). Biotransformations: a survey of the biotransformations of drugs and chemicals in animals. Cambridge, Royal Society of Chemistry.

Heacock, R. A. and L. D. o. C. King's College (1965). Published work 1950-1964 [D.Sc. 1965 (Chemistry)].

Headridge, J. B. (1961). Photometric titrations. New York, Pergamon Press.

Headridge, J. B. (1981). Studies in analytical chemistry and electrochemistry with particular reference to metallurgical analysis.

Hearn, M. T. W. (1991). HPLC of proteins, peptides and polynucleotides: contemporary topics and applications. New York; Cambridge, VCH.

Hecht, F. and M. K. Zacherl (1954). Handbuch der mikrochemischen Methoden. Wien, Springer.

Hector, T., A. M. James, et al. (1986). Assessment and control of biochemical methods: analytical chemistry by open learning. Chichester, Published on behalf of ACOL by Wiley.

Hector, T., A. M. James, et al. (1986). Assessment and control of biochemical methods. Chichester; New York, Published on behalf of ACOL, London, by Wiley.

Hedges, E. S. (1929). Intermediate analytical chemistry. London, Arnold.

Hegarty, C. N. and C. Royal Society of (1992). An introduction to the management of laboratory data: a tutorial approach using Borland's Paradox relational database. Cambridge, Royal Society of Chemistry.

Heinrich, K. F. J., D. E. Newbury, et al. (1976). Use of Monte Carlo calculations in electron probe microanalysis and scanning electron microscopy: proceedings of a workshop held at the National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, Maryland, October 1-3, 1975. Washington, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards: for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.

Heller Stephen, R., R. Potenzone, et al. (1983). Computer applications in chemistry: proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Computers in Chemical Research and Education. Washington, D.C. 1982. Amsterdam; Oxford, Elsevier.

Henderson, G. G. and M. A. Parker (1921). An introduction to analytical chemistry. London; Glasgow, Blackie.

Henderson, G. G. and M. A. Parker (1930). An introduction to analytical chemistry. London; Glasgow, Blackie & son ltd.

Hendra, P., C. Jones, et al. (1990). Fourier transform Raman spectroscopy: instrumental and chemical applications. New York; London, Ellis Horwood.

Hendra, P., C. Jones, et al. (1991). Fourier transform Raman spectroscopy: instrumentation and chemical applications. New York, Ellis Horwood.

Herber, R. F. M. and M. Stoeppler (1994). Trace element analysis in biological specimens. Amsterdam [The Netherlands]; New York, Elsevier.

Hercules, D. M. (1966). Fluorescence and phosphorescence analysis: principles and applications. New York, Interscience Publishers.


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