The School of Chemistry has a suite of high specification instrumentation to assist researchers in the School in the characterisation of novel materials in synthetic chemistry including nano- and bio-physical materials.
This ranges from NMR spectroscopy and other spectroscopic techniques e.g. CD, FTIR, Fluorimetry, UV-VIS, to Mass Spectrometry (ToF and ESI), X-ray crystallography (single crystal and powder), DLS, TGA and DSC.
This instrumentation is located in many different areas. See the Instrumentation page for these locations and the Experimental/Technical Officer responsible for training and care.
Access to any School of Chemistry equipment requires training. Contact the relevant Experimental/Technical officer
Non-School of Chemistry researchers must contact the Head of School about access to instrumentation.