Located in Concordia’s department of chemistry, these instruments are routinely used by students at all levels for both instructional and research activities.
The laboratory was created with generous funding from the National Science Foundation, the Veden Foundation, the Pittsburgh Conference and Concordia College.
Other instruments available in the Chemistry Department:
•Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (Varian 400-MHz FT-NMR)
•Infrared Spectroscopy (Perkin-Elmer Spectrum Two FT-IR)
•Raman Spectrometry (Snowy Range Sierra 2.0)
•Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (NanosurfEasyScanSTM)
•Plate Reader (BioTekEON)
•UV-Vis Spectroscopy (Ocean Optics Red Tide USB650 – several units)
•Schlenklines for air-sensitive materials (Chemglass– 4 units)