• Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectrometer [Analytical/Physical Laboratoryf]
  • Microcal Instruments VP100 Isothermal Titration Calorimeter [Kumar Groupb]
  • Calorimetric Science NanoDSC Differential Scanning Calorimeter with a capillary cell [two: Kumar Groupb and Birge Groupb]
  • TA Combined Thermogravimetric Analyzer and Differential Scanning Calorimeter [Suib Groupa]
    • Dupont DSC 10 910-702-901
    • Dupont 951 TA 951-001-901
  • Beckman XL-I analytical ultracentrifuges (3) with Aviv AU-FDS fluorescence detection system and HeteroAnalysis software package for sedimentation equilibrium analysis [Center for Open Research Resources and Equipmente]
  • Beckman Coulter Avanti Centrifuge J-30I [Two: Birge Groupb]
  • Beckman L8-55M ultracentrifuge with 55.2 Ti fixed angle and SW 40 Ti swinging bucker rotors [Frank Groupa]
  • Beckman LE-80K Ultracentrifuge [Birge Groupb]
  • Beckman J-30 Centrifuge [Birge Groupb]
  • Beckman Coulter Optima Max-E Ultracentrifuge [Birge Groupb]
  • Fisher Marathon 2100R Refrigerated centrifuge [Birge Groupb]
  • Eppendorf 5417C [Birge Groupb]
  • Agilent 1100 High-performance Liquid Chromatograph [Bruckner Groupb]
  • Waters Integrity multiple solvent delivery HPLC system with UV-vis single diode array detectors [Frank Groupb]
  • Shimadzu Nexera LCMS Ultra High-performance Liquid Chromatography System with UPLC-MS-PDA detector [Mass Spectroscopy Facility in Chemistryb]
  • Gilson Preparative HPLC-SPE System: equipped with low- and high-pressure binary gradient pumps, a 2-channel UV/Vis detector, and an automated liquid handler capable of fraction collection [Mass Spectroscopy Facility in Chemistryb]
  • Teledyne Isco Combiflash RF-200 uv-vis automated flash chromatography system [Brückner Groupb, c]
  • Hewlett Packard 5971 GC/MS system [Bailey Groupb]
  • Hewlett Packard 5890/MS 5970 gas chromatograph [Bailey Groupb]
  • Class 100 organic clean room with two class 20 laminar flow hoods [Chemistry Building]
  • Class 100 metal free inorganic clean room with two class 20 laminar flow hoods [Chemistry Building]
  • Cambridge Nanotechnology Atomic Layer Deposition Apparatus [Suib Groupb]
  • Denton Vacuum Resistive Heating/Sputter Depositer [Suib Groupb]
  • Microway Quad-Core Opteron Computer Cluster (10-nodes, 10-AMD Quad Core Socket F Opteron 2354 with 2.2 GHz with 512 KB Cache/core and 2 GB Shared, 95W processors) [Gascon & Birge Groupsb]
  • MathScriptor
  • Guassian
  • Spartan
  • Moving-Domain QM/MM
  • Applied Biosystems 3130XL Genetic Analyzer [Center for Open Research Resources and Equipmente]
  • Beckman Coulter CEQ 2000XL DNA Sequencer [Center for Open Research Resources and Equipmente]
  • Two-channel multipurpose electrochemistry station with Pine instruments ARFDE analog bi-potentiostat [Rusling Groupb]
  • Electrochemistry station with 8 electrode array, two channels and multiplexer for 64 measurements [Rusling Groupb]
  • Gamry Electrochemistry Station [Suib Groupb]
  • Bioanalytical System potentiostat [Suib Groupb]
    • CHI 1030
    • CHI 1232
  • JEOL FasTEM 2010 Electron Microscope with EDXS system [Suib Groupb]
  • Philips 400 Transmission Electron Microscope [Suib Groupb]
  • Tecnai T12 Transmission Electron Microscope (120kV) equipped with EDAX atmospheric thin window EDXS system [Suib Groupb]
  • Amray 1810 Scanning Electron Microscope
  • Bruker EPR model ESP 300 spectrometer with ESP-900 (X-band) and ESP 935 (Q-band) bridges and cryostats [Institute for Materials Scienced]
  • BD FACSCaliber Flow Cytometer [Center for Open Research Resources and Equipmente]
  • BD Biosciences FACSAria II fluorescence-activated cell sorter [Center for Open Research Resources and Equipmente]
  • Hybrid quadrupole-time of flight spectrometer (Qstar Elite from AB Sciex) [Mass Spectroscopy Facility in Chemistrya]
  • DART AccuTOF time of flight mass spectrometer (atmospheric sampling, high resolution) [Mass Spectroscopy Facility in Chemistrya]
  • Q-TOF2 12 kDa Time of Flight Mass Spectrometer with ESI or APcI. Includes dedicated HPLC [Mass Spectroscopy Facility in Chemistryb]
  • Three triple quad spectrometers (Quattro II from Waters, API 2000 and Qtrap 4000 from AB Sciex) [Mass Spectroscopy Facility in Chemistryb]
  • Single quad spectrometer (GCMSD 5975 from Agilent) [Mass Spectroscopy Facility in Chemistryb]
  • Hewlett Packard 5972 Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometer [Suib Groupb]
  • MKS Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer [Suib Groupb]
  • Hewlett Packard 5971 GC/MS system [Bailey Groupb]
  • ICP: BG Elemental PQ2

For more information, visit the Laboratory of Mass Spectrometry and Omics Analysis.

  • CEM SClass Microwave [Leadbeater Groupb]
  • CEM MARS Synthesis [Leadbeater Groupb]
  • AntonPaar Synthos 3000 [Leadbeater Groupb]
  • Milestone Multisynth [Leadbeater Groupb]
  • In Situ monitoring apparatus [Leadbeater Groupb]
  • Qiagen Biorobotic System [Center for Open Research Resources and Equipmente]
  • Walk-in Large Scale Autoclave (Steris Amsco Century) (110 °C) [Birge Groupa]
  • Gel-doc visualization system (Nucleotech Nucleovision) [Birge Groupb]
  • Fermenters (5L and 30L, New Brunswick Bioflo with computer control) [Birge Groupb]
  • Perkin Elmer GeneAmp Model 2400 PCR thermocycler [Birge Groupb]
  • SLM Aminco French Pressure apparatus [Frank Groupa]
  • Zeta Potential Instrument for isoelectic point and points of zero charge measurements [Kumar Groupa]
  • Beckman capillary electrophoresis unit with uv-vis and laser fluorescence detectors [Rusling Groupb]
  • Labconco FreeZone 2.5 plus Freeze Dry System [Yao Groupb]
  • Animal Cell Culture
  • Tissue Culture Room
  • Owl Easy Cast, 9x11cm, Horizon, Gel Electrophoresis
  • Bi Kodak, 14x16cm, Vertica, Gel Electrophoresis
  • Nanoscope IV scanning probe microscope capable of AFM, STM and CFM [Rusling Groupb]
  • Dimatrix DMP 2800 ink jet biomaterials [Rusling Groupb]
  • Asylum Research Cypher atomic force microscope [Institute for Materials Scienced]
  • Chemical Vapor deposition [Suib Groupb]
  • Bruker AVANCE- 300 MHz spectrometer [NMR Spectroscopy Facility, Chemistryb]
  • Bruker AVANCE III- 400 MHz spectrometer multinuclear, 1H {19F}/19F {1H}, and multidimensional capabilities [NMR Spectroscopy Facility, Chemistryb]
  • Bruker AVANCE- 500 MHz spectrometer with multinuclear and multidimensional capabilities [NMR Spectroscopy Facility, Chemistryb, e]
  • Varian INOVA- 600 MHz spectrometer with a triple-resonance (1H, 13C, and 15N) cryogenic probe [NMR Spectroscopy Facility, Chemistryb, e]

Visit the NMR Facility for more information.

  • Nikon A1R Spectral Confocal Microscope with excitation at 405, 457, 476, 488, 514, 561, 640 nm and 32 channel spectral detector [Center for Open Research Resources and Equipmente]
  • Zeiss LSM 5 multiphoton confocal microscope with Chameleon Ultra II pulsed laser excitation [Center for Open Research Resources and Equipmente]
  • Leica TCS SP@ laser scanning confocal microscopy with excitation at 458, 476, 488, 543 and 633 nm [Center for Open Research Resources and Equipmente]
  • Zeiss Axiovert widefield microscopy with filter sets optimized for DAPI, FITC, TRITC, GFP, Cy5 and CFP-YFP FRET [Center for Open Research Resources and Equipmente]
  • Andor Confocal and TIRF microscope [Center for Open Research Resources and Equipmente]
  • Nikon Optical Microscope [Suib Groupb]
  • Nikon Eclipse TE300 Inverted Microscope [Birge Groupb]
  • Leica DM IL Inverted Microscope
  • Cary Eclipse Fluorescence Spectrophotometer (190 - 900nm) with solid sample holder [Brückner Groupa]
  • Cary 50 UV-vis spectrophotometer (190-1100 nm) [Bruckner Groupa]
  • JY Model FL3-22 fluorescence spectrometer with double grating monochromators and TCSPC module [Frank Groupa]
  • Jasco FT IR spectrometer
  • Jasco P-2000 polarimeter [Howell Groupa]
  • Jasco J-710 Circular Dichroism Spectrometer [Kumar Groupb]
  • Two-Photon Spectrometer based on Spectra Physics Quanta-Ray PRO 250-10 Nd:YAG pulsed laser with MOPO-SL optical parametric oscillator. Provides for fluorescence, thermal lens and acoustic monitoring of two-photon excitation process [Birge Groupb]
  • Agilent diode array uv-vis spectrophotometer [Rusling Groupb]
  • Perkin-Elmer 13B uv-vis spectrophotometer with linear dichroism attachment [Rusling Groupb]
  • McPherson one meter high resolution (0.01/cm) spectrometer with Echelle grating, pre-disperser and cooled CCD detector [Birge Groupa]
  • Shimadzu UV-Vis Spectrometer with Diffuse Reflectance [Suib Groupb]
  • Reichert SR7000 Surface Plasmon Resonance Dual Channel Spectrometer [Kumar Groupb]
  • Mӧssbauer
  • Perkin Elmer Zeeman
  • Keithley Model 6514 Programmable Precision Electrometer [Birge Groupb]
  • HP Agilent 4285A Precision LCR Meter [Birge Groupa]
  • Phi 610 Scanning Auger Microscope [Suib Groupb]
  • Phi 510 X-ray Photoelectron Spectrometer [Suib Groupb]
  • Micromeritics BET Surface Area Analyzer [Suib Groupb]
    • Micromeritics ASAP 2010
    • NOVA BET Surface Area Chemisorption and Physisorption Analyzer
  • Surface analysis systems for AES/ISS/SIMS/XPS
  • Machine Shop [Chemistry Building]
  • Glass Blowing [Center for Open Research Resources and Equipmente]
  • Edinburgh Instruments LP920 flash photolysis spectrometer [Frank Groupb]
  • Femtosecond laser system consisting of a Spectra-Physics Tsunami mode-locked Ti:sapphire oscillator, pumped by a Millennia ND:YV04 laser [Frank, Gibson & Birge shared Facilityb]
  • Olis RSM-1000 Time Resolved UV-Vis rapid scanning Spectrophotometer [Birge Groupb]
  • Bruker IFS 66v/S step-scan Fourier-Transform FTIR-FTVIS spectrometer (600-12000 cm-1) [Birge Groupb]
  • Bruker IFS 66v/S step-scan vacuum THz spectrometer with liquid helium bolometer (3-600 cm-1) [Birge Groupb]
  • Mattson Galazy Model 6020 FTIR spectrometer with reflectance attachments [Rusling Groupb]
  • Nicolet 750 FTIR with beam splitters for near, mid and far IR [Suib Groupb]
  • Nicolet NXR FT Raman Spectrometer [Suib Groupb]
  • HoloProbe Raman spectroscopy system with cooled CCD detector (Model: DU401-BR-DD) and red, yellow and green laser excitation sources [Birge Groupb]
  • Scintag XDS 1000 [Suib Groupb]
  • Scintag XDS 2000 diffractometer with in situ heating state and XRD [Suib Groupb]
  • Termo-ARL X'TRA [Suib Groupb]
  • Rigaku Ultima IV system [Suib Groupb]
  • Metal-atom reactor
  • Lg Capacity Seca Solvent Drying System
  • Milestone RotoPrep
  • Milestone FlowSynth
  • Biotage Initiator and Advancer
  • Excimer lasers (UV laser)
  • Elementar

 

Equipment Access Guide

a. Equipment owned and maintained by a chemistry department faculty member, and available for use by other research groups by permission.

b. Equipment operated by a trained technician or graduate student, and access is restricted to individuals who have been trained to use the equipment.

c. Consumables (solvents, pre-packed cartridges, columns, etc.) must be provided by the user.

d. Equipment in the Institute of Material Sciences is available to all members of the polymer program, and to other chemistry graduate students by formal request. See the Institute of Materials Science for more information.

e. Equipment available through the Center for Open Research Resources and Equipment. Normally, the equipment is operated by trained technicians. Hands-on use is restricted to those who have received appropriate training and by permission of the facility director. See the Center for Open Research Resources and Equipment for more information.

f. Equipment in the Analytical/Physical Laboratory is departmental instrumentation and is available to all chemistry faculty.

 

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