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Department of Chemistry

 

 

Mass Spectrometry Service

 

Dr Dijana Matak-Vinkovic, Paul Skelton and Asha Boodhun would like to welcome you to the Department of Chemistry Mass Spectrometry section. We currently have 9 mass spectrometers ranging from simple single quad systems to the latest ion mobility qtof. We accept samples for mass spectrometry analysis and provide training to selected department researchers to operate some of the mass spectrometers.

Visit our web pages for further information.

 

 

NMR Service

We provide NMR analytical chemistry services to:

  • Research workers within the department
  • Research workers in other University departments
  • External customers

Visit our web pages for more information.

 

 

Electron Microscopy

The electron microscopy facility located in the basement of the Department of Chemistry is for staff and students in Chemistry and other departments as well as external academic researchers and industries. We work closely with many groups in the Chemistry Department and elsewhere and investigate a range of different hard materials, including metals, oxides and alloys as well as soft matter.

Find out more about our equipment and services.

Dr Heather Greer
Technical Officer

 

Microanalysis

Contact Mr Alan Dickerson for information about our Microanalysis facilities.

01223 763861

X-Ray Crystallography

Crystallographic methods provide detailed atomic-level descriptions of crystalline solids, including molecular structure and geometrical information on intermolecular interactions.

Contact Dr Andrew Bond for further information.

+44 (0) 1223 336352 (office)
+44 (0) 1223 762015 (lab)

 

 

Research Facilities and Equipment at Cambridge

(Raven access only)

An on-line database of instruments and equipment held by the university, which provides information on instrument location, level of use, and contact details of the person responsible.

Cambridge Advanced Imaging Centre

Provides state-of-the-art high resolution imaging methods for application to biological and biomedical problems throughout the University (based in the Department of Physiology). Visit website for more information.