The Concordia College Laser Facility (CCLF) was officially established in 2004 as a result of an NSF CAREER grant and a Henry Dreyfus teacher/scholar award obtained by Dr. Darin Ulness, professor of chemistry.
- Two Nd:YAG lasers
- Two dye lasers
- Three high resolution spectrometers
- Two high sensitivity CCD detectors
- Three laser tables
- More than $25,000 in optics, hardware and other supplies
- Noisy light spectroscopy
- Investigation of hydrogen bonding
- Development of Noisy light based CARS microscopy
- Protein folding
- Physical Chemistry II
The entire lab curriculum is laser based.
- Techniques for Modern Physics
Two experiments are done in the CCLF.