Sage Hall

Instrumentation and Research Facilities

The faculty of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry work alongside other natural science colleagues in the departments of biology, health science, environmental science and studies, and physics, sharing a 22,000 square-foot Sage Science Facility and the newly-constructed 44,000 square-foot Brown Hall Center for Health and Innovation

The department is well-equipped to perform both synthetic (experimental) and computational research with undergraduate students. Some of our facilities and research instrumentation are shown below: 

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  • JEOL 400 MHz NMR spectrometer w/auto-sampler, auto-tunable probe, and variable temperature capabilities
  • Perkin-Elmer FT-IR spectrometer w/ATR attachment
  • Lamda 365 UV-vis spectrometer
  • Agilent Technologies HPLC with dual wavelength detector
  • Hewlett Packard GC/MS
  • He-Ar Laser and Spectrofluorometer
  • Perkin-Elmer Atomic Absorption Spectrometer
  • Pine Electrochemistry Potentiostat
  • Labconco Glove Box

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Multiple research laboratory spaces for undergraduate synthetic research and computational research

  • Spectronic 20 (Spec 20)
  • Fluorospectrometer
  • Logger Pro Software
  • Gaussian 16
  • Wolfram Mathematica
  • Delta NMR Software