Central Connecticut State University
The X-ray diffraction facility at Central Connecticut State University is capable of performing powder diffraction experiments as well as low temperature single crystal diffraction experiments. CCSU has a Rigaku Miniflex II powder diffractometer fitted with a rotating stage that handles five different sample preparations. CCSU also operates an Agilent Xcalibur single crystal diffractometer equipped with a Sapphire CCD X-ray detector. The single crystal instrument has both Mo and Cu radiation capabilities and is equipped with a Helijet for low temperature diffraction studies. The Center is open for use for any interested collaborators. Please contact Dr. Guy Crundwell (email@example.com).
Eastern Connecticut State University
The Department of Physical Sciences at Eastern Connecticut State University operates a Hitachi U-4100 UV VIS-NIR (ultraviolet-visible-near infrared) spectrophotometer, and a Horiba FluoroLog fluorescence spectrophotometer. The extended range of these instruments allows for investigations relying on the unique optical properties of nanomaterials and infrared biosensors. (contact - Robert E. Collins, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Western Connecticut State University
The Raman Spectrometer is a powerful tool that characterizes the vibrational structure of molecules. This instrument can be used in many different fields such as carbon material and semiconductor research. Western Connecticut State University has a PerkinElmer RamanStation 400F research-grade benchtop Raman spectrometer with a motorized XYZ stage, fiber optic probe, and a resolution of 1cm-1 (or 4 cm-1 FWHM peak resolution). The Raman spectrometer is open any interested users. Please contact Dr. Yen (email@example.com). We look forward to seeing you!
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