Ha - Science and Measurement

Science and Measurement

  • Hahnium, an element now called Dubnium
  • Hartree, an atomic unit of energy
  • Hectare (ha), a unit of area
  • Hectoampere, a unit of electric current
  • Hemagglutinin (influenza) (HA), an antigenic glycoprotein from Influenza viruses
  • Hemagglutination assay, a measurement of viruses or bacteria
  • Hyaluronan, a carbohydrate structure
  • Hydroxylapatite, a mineral
  • High availability

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