INBRE

Instrumentation

LCSC has used INBRE funding to support acquisition of modern instrumentation.

Büchi Rotary Evaporators 

This benchtop spectrometer is used primarily in instrumental chemistry laboratory.Rotaryevap

 

 Ocean Optics USB2000 UV/vis 

Our two Ocean Optics UV/vis spectrometers are on carts so they be used by a variety of laboratories.Oceanuv

 

 Perkin-Elmer LS55 Flourescence Spectrometer 

Our fluorimeter is used by students in instrumental and physical chemistry.  Fluorspect

 

 Shimadzu GCMS QP-5050

This Gas Chromatograph/Mass spectrometer separates and gives masses of samples. Students doing independent research are the major users of this instrument.  Shimgcms

 

 Shimadzu LC 10AT HPLC equipped with an SPD-10A UV dector 

High-performance liquid chromatography is a technique for separating and detecting molecules of different polarity. Students in instrumental chemistry use the HPLC during laboratory.  Shimhplc

 

 Thermo-Nicolet FTIR 100 

Our two Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometers (FTIRs) help our organic chemistry students characterize materials during laboratory.  FTIR

 

 Varian EM 360L NMR (60MHz) refurbished by Anaszi 

Students can run both 1D and 2D 1H and 13C-NMR experiments to characterize samples.NMR

 

 VerTis benchtop SLC Lyopholyzer

Students use this freeze dryer to prepare samples in organic chemistry laboratory and independent research.Lyopholyzer

 

  

The INBRE program is supported by NIH Grant Number P20 RR016454 from the INBRE Program of the National Center for Research Resources