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Facilities and Equipment

Modern instrumentation is a critical component in the new chemistry curriculum. Students have hands-on access from the introductory level through senior research projects. Chemistry students at Dickinson benefit from the use of:

  • 300 MHz Bruker Fourier transform NMR spectrometer
  • Nicolet Fourier transform IR spectrometer
  • Hitachi F-2000 fluorescence spectrometer
  • Hewlett-Packard diode array UV-Visible spectrophotometer
  • Varian atomic absorption spectrophotometer
  • Hewlett-Packard 5890 gas chromatographs
  • Hewlett-Packard 1090 liquid chromatographs with DAD
  • 2 Hewlett-Packard capillary GCs with GCD/MSD
  • BAS CV 50W Voltammetric Analyzer
  • Computational chemistry computer lab equipped with SPARTAN
  • Genesys 5 UV-Visible spectrophotometer
  • Agilent 7890 GC/MS
  • Agilent 6110 Quadrupole LC/MS
  • Agilent 1200 LC with fluorescence detector
  • Avatar 360 FT-IR
  • Varian 50 Bio UV-VIS spectrophotometer
  • Rainin Dynamax UV-1 LC
  • Vernier LabQuest hand-held portable Data Acquisition systems
  • Cell culture facilities including Class-100 sterile hoods and CO2 incubator
  • and a science library for physics, astronomy, chemistry and mathematics work