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Research Facilities

The Chemistry Department, located in John Mulcahy Hall on the Rose Hill Campus, has twelve full time faculty and four laboratory technician. A machine shop and one skilled machinist are shared with the Physics Department. Modern instrumentation to support research in all areas of chemistry is maintained.

  • Shimadzu UV 2600 Spectrophotometer with Integrating Sphere

  • Zeiss EVO MA10 Lab6 Scanning Electron Microscope

  • Bruker MultiMode 8 Scanning Probe Microscope with Electrochemistry STM Converter

  • Bruker D8 Advance Eco Powder X-Ray Diffractometer with LYNXEYE XE 1D Detector

  • Jobin Yvon U1000 Raman Spectrometer

  • Jobin Yvon Fluoromax 3 fluorescence spectrometer

  • Bruker 300 MHz high performance digital NMR spectrometer

  • Bruker 400 MHz high performance digital NMR spectrometer

  • Fisons VG 70E-HF high resolution mass spectrometer with HPGC

  • Bruker Nonius Kappa CCD

  • PTI Fluodia T70 Variable‑temperature Fluorescence Microplate Reader

  • TTP Mosquito Multiplex Nanoliter Pipetting System

  • Leica S8‑apo Stereo-microscope with Digital Camera

  • Tecan Genesis RSP 100 4-channel Liquid Handling Robot

  • GE Healthcare AKTA FPLC Protein Purification System

  • Thermo Scientific iS50 FTIR infrared spectrophotometer

  • Perkin Elmer Lambda 6 and Lambda 3B spectrophotometers

  • MARS microwave digestion system

  • ThermoElectron X Series II ICPMS

  • Teledyne/Isco CombiFlash Rf Automated Flash Chromatography System

  • Dionex Ultimate 3000 Standard UHPLC+ System

  • TA instruments TGA C-500

  • DSC Q-200

  • Rheometer HR-2