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The mission of the NMR Center at Boise State University is to provide applications expertise, research support, student training and education in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy. Additionally, the NMR Center will serve to support the use of NMR spectroscopy and analytical Chemistry for regional educational and research institutions as well as regional businesses. Please click this link for more information on the NMR Service Center: NMR Service Center Information
Department Academic Instrumentation
In addition to the NMR Facility, The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s inventory of academic instrumentation includes equipment in molecular spectroscopy, atomic spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, chromatography and separation science, and electrochemistry. Please consult this list for specific instruments available for use in coursework: Department Instrumentation.
Chemistry Computer Learning Center (CLC)
There are 44 computer workstations in the CLC. These systems are available to any student enrolled in a chemistry course at Boise State University. In addition, a large format Canon imagePRO-4000 poster printer is available for chemistry research students and faculty wishing to showcase current research projects.
A wide variety of chemistry-related software licensed in the CLC is also available for students doing chemistry research and chemistry coursework. Software titles available include, Gaussian, Chimera, MestreNova, Topspin, Microsoft Office, R and R-Studio, Igor, Avogadro, ChemSketch, and Mathematica.
Generally, the CLC is open Mon-Fri 8am to 5pm to chemistry research and academic students.