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The Department of Chemistry, Physics and Geology is housed in the Sims Science Building. The 60,000 sq. ft. building was fully renovated in 2001 to include state-of-the-art ventilation, climate control, power, purified water, telecommunication and wireless network systems. Teaching and undergraduate research laboratories, classrooms, student study and administrative spaces are fully modernized. Classrooms and conference rooms are equipped with smart technology, including video conferencing.
Undergraduate research laboratory facilities in Sims include five biochemistry labs, three large organic and inorganic synthesis labs, two physical chemistry labs, two physics research labs, two geology research labs, bio-analytical and instrumentation labs, laser lab, NMR lab, cold room, cell culture and computational chemistry lab space.
Teaching laboratory facilities include labs dedicated for analytical chemistry, biochemistry, general chemistry, geology, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, phyical chemistry and physics. Sims also houses three computer labs available for routine student access.
Mass Spectrometry (MS)
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy