Facilities and Instrumentation

Logan Hall, location of the Department of Chemistry, contains classrooms, laboratories, offices, and associated service areas. The following major items of equipment are available for student use (for more complete list, click here): a nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer (multinuclear, 300 MHz instrument), a Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer, infra-red spectrometers, gas chromatographs, a multichannel analyzer, a high performance liquid chromatograph, an atomic absorption spectrophotometer, an Inductively Coupled Plasma-Atomic Emission Spectrometer, a recording polarograph, an automatic polarimeter, UV-visible absorption spectrometers, calorimeter, pH meters, oscilloscopes and nuclear counters. Computers throughout the building are connected to the university network and run several educational software pertinent to chemistry. These are in addition to the usual laboratory equipment.

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Dr. Barbara Hopkins, Chair
Department of Chemistry