A stopped-flow UV-vis with diode array detector as well as monochromator, with freeze-quench capability, and with three-syringe sequential mixing capability (BioLogic, France), is available for use by interested researchers. The instrument is located in room 56 at the Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering @BBU, as part of the Center for Fundamental and Applied Heterochemistry. More information can be found here.
The main objective of the laboratory is research in the field of electron spin resonance/electron paramagnetic resonance. The target is advanced research with applications in materials science, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, environment - using electron spin resonance/electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR, ESR), including pulsed procedures such as Electron Spin Echo Envelope Modulation (ESEEM), 2D HYperfine Sub-level CORrElation (HYSCORE), ENDOR, PELDOR as well as experiments at variable temperature (liquid Nitrogen and Helium). More information can be found here.
The high performance computational infrastructure of the Department of Chemistry @BBU as part of the computational quantum chemistry laboratory is readily available. Additionally, computational chemists at the faculty of chemistry enjoy access to the state of the art high performance computing cluster recently acquired by BBU. More information can be found here.