Equipment (year of acquisition)

  • Atomic absorption spectrometer, Perkin Elmer AAnalyst 200 (2013)
  • Bruker Avance 400 NMR spectrometer (2015)
  • FT-IR spectrometer, Thermo Nicolet iS5 (2011)
  • FT-IR spectrometer, Bruker Vertex 70 (2006)
  • Gas chromatograph/mass spectrometer, Agilent 5975C/6850 (2008)
  • HPLC, Agilent 1100 (2002)
  • ICP-Emission spectrometer, Perkin Elmer Optima 1200 DV (2008)
  • Low-pressure chromatography system, Biorad (2006)
  • Luminescence spectrometer, Perkin Elmer LS 55 (2006)
  • Raman spectrometer, DeltaNu (2008)
  • Scanning tunneling microscope, Nanosurf (2011)
  • UV-Visible spectrophotometer, Agilent Cary 60 (2013)
  • UV-Visible spectrophotometer, Agilent 8453 (2006)
  • UV-Visible spectrophotometer, Cary 50 (2003)
  • Voltammetric analyzer, Bioanalytical Systems CV-50W (1993)
  • X-Ray fluorescence spectrometer, Thermo Niton XL3t (2014)

Theint Aung uses the atomic absorption spectrometer to analyze samples of lead paint.

Prof. Craig Teague instructs Julie Hoang in the use of the FT-IT spectrometer.

Prof. Charley Liberko explains the principles behind the gas chromatograph/mass spectrometer.

Aburough Abegesah loads samples into the HPLC.

Jihang Wang uses the ICP-optical emission spectrometer to study trace levels of metals in water.

Margot Brobst explains the use of the Raman spectrometer.

Ani Sledgianowski and Ari Penalva use two of the UV-Vis spectrophotometers in Analytical Chemistry.

The Bruker Avance 400 NMR spectrometer, installed in May of 2015.