For novices, who want to learn the basics and how to optimize an FI system:
B. Karlberg, G.E. Pacey, Flow Injection Analysis. A Practical Guide, Elsevier, Amsterdam,
The Netherlands, 1989. It is the best instruction book; unfortunately difficult to obtain.

For Atomic Absorption, Z.-L. Fang, Flow Injection Atomic Spectrometry, Wiley,
Chichester, West Sussex, UK, 1995. As well as: J.L. Burguera (Editor), Flow Injection
Atomic Spectroscopy, Marcel Dekker, New York, USA, 1989.

For Separations, Z.-L. Fang, Flow-Injection Separation and Preconcentration, VCH
Verlags GmbH, Weinheim, Germany, 1993.

Most recent, comprehensive and well organized:  S.D. Kolev & I.D. McKelvie, Advances in
Flow Injection Analysis and Related Techniques. Elsevier Amsterdam 2008. Also, but
less practical M. Trojanowicz, Ed. Advances in Flow Analysis. Wiley VCH. Verlag 2008

The original, slightly out of date J. Ruzicka, E.H. Hansen, Flow Injection Analysis,
2nd Edition, Wiley & Sons Inc., New York, USA, 1988.

For Oceanography and Marine Sciences  M.C. Yebra-Biurrun; Flow Injection Analysis of
Marine Samples. Nova Sceince Publishers  2009 Inc. New York

For Pharmacologists. J. M. Calatayud Flow Injection Analysis of Pharmaceuticals.
Taylor& Francis London 1996.

For Food Analysts  Leo. M.L.Nollet & Claudia Ruiz-Capillas Flow Injection Analysis
of Food Additives. CRC Press Boca Raton in preparation.

Literature references are most useful
if recent or very old,           T. Hirsfeld