Major Research Instrumentation

  • Bruker 500 MHz NMR (solution and solid)
  • Bruker 400 MHz NMR
  • Jasco V770 UV-vis NIR Spectrometer
  • Photon Technology International Florescence Spectrometer
  • Perkin Elmer Spectrum FT-IR Spectrometers
  • Perkin Elmer Nexion ICP-MS
  • Agilent GC 8890 with FID and ECD detectors
  • Agilent GC/MS 5893/6970 GC/MS
  • Agilent GC/MS 7820 GC with 5977B MSD
  • Agilent 6545B LC/QTOF
  • Agilent and Waters Alliance HPLCs
  • Bruker Dimension FastScan AFM
  • Zeiss EVO 10 Scanning Electron Microscope
  • Jeol 200 kV Transmission Electron Microscope
  • Malvern-Panalytical Empyrean 2 XRD with SAX/WAXS
  • Rigaku MiniFlex 6G Benchtop X-ray Diffraction System
  • Thermo K- Alpha X-Ray Photoelectron Spectrometer
  • Jeol 2100 Transmission Electron Microscope 200kV
  • Thermal Analysis:
        TA DSC Q2000 TA
        TGA Q50
        Perkin Elmer DSC 6000
        Perkin Elmer DSC 6000
        NETZSXCH DMA 242E Artemis
  • Malvern Panlytical Viscotek SEC System for Gel Permeation Chromatograph
  • Micromeritics ASAP 2020 Accelerated Surface Area and Porosimetry System
  • Computational Chemistry Cluster: The cluster has 1 head node with 15 TB usable disk space, 1 login VM node with 8 cores and HPE Intel Xeon Processor and 32 GB memory, and 3 dual socket compute nodes with 20 cores inside each, for a total of 60 cores. The CPU in each compute node is an Intel(R) Xeon(R) Gold 5115 CPU @ 2.40GHz. The cluster has a total of 192GB RAM and 10GB ethernet network. The University maintains this cluster. The HPC cluster is equipped with software for modelling materials and dealing with real chemical problems. The software currently installed on the cluster includes Gaussian, Q-Chem, Schrödinger, and Amsterdam Modeling Suite.