Chemistry Equipment and Facilities

JEOL JSM IC848A Scanning Electron Microscope (donated by Intel Corp) with EDAX Sapphire X-ray Analysis Imaging System.
Purchased with NSF EPSCoR grant funding.
 
Thermo Finnigan Trace Ultra Polaris Q Gas Chromatograph Ion Trap Mass Spectrograph with Electron Impact Ionization, Chemical Ionization, and Direct Insertion Probe.
Main Unit purchased with NSF EPSCoR grant funding.
Upgrades purchased with NIH Bridges grant funding.
 
Thermo Nicolet Avatar Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrophotometer with Spectratech Inspect IR+ Microscope.
Purchased with NSF EPSCoR grant funding.
 
Perkin Elmer Optima Dual View 2100 Optical Emission Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectrophotometer.
Purchased with NSF EPSCoR grant funding.
 
Terra Universal Inert Atmosphere Glove Box with Gas Scrubbing.
Purchased with NSF Project Emerald funding.
 
Pine Bipoetentiostat and Pasco Data Acquisition.
Purchased with NSF Project Emerald funding.
 

Other Equipment

  • Meiji Metallurgical Microscope
  • Olympus BH-2 Polarizing Microscope
  • Ocean Optics Diode Array Spectrophotometer
  • Buehler Ecomet III polisher and Low Speed Saw
  • Abbe Refractometer, Polarimeter
  • Carl Fisher Apparatus
  • Ovens
  • Furnace
  • Drill Press
  • Centerfuges
  • Ultra High Purity Water

 


For more information, please call Michele Berkey at (505) 566-3606. Or send us an email at berkeym@sanjuancollege.edu.