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Chemistry & Physics

20 Mt. Pelia Rd.

319 Johnson EPS Building

Martin, TN 38238

Ph:

(731) 881-7451

Fx:

(731) 881-7443

Em:

Charles Thomas, Chair


Chemistry & Physics

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Welcome to the Department of Chemistry and Physics. You can check out the chemistry program which includes two degrees and a minor and the physics program which includes a minor if you click on the links to the left. Call on us to help you with any questions you have or come by and see us anytime.

 

Here are some of the instruments you get to use as an undergraduate student:

 

Department of Chemistry and Physics Instrumentation:

 

Chemistry Area:

  • Bio-Rad PWR Supply
  • Buchi Rotavapor
  • Centrifuges
  • Digital unltrasonic Cleaner for HPLC/MS
  • Electronic Mettler Analytical Balances
  • Electronic Mettler Balances
  • Gas Chromatograph Mainframe on GC with single Flame ionization Dector
  • GTA-96 Furnace for AA Instrument
  • HPLC (High Pressure Liquid Chromatopraph)
  • Infrared FT-IR Spectrometer
  • Inverted Fluorescence Microscope
  • LabQuest from Vernier
  • Mel-Temp Melting Points Units
  • Mettler Conductivity Meter
  • Milli Q Gradient Water Purification System
  • Neslab Thermoflex Chiller for HPLC/MS
  • Nicolet Avatar FT-IR Spectrometer
  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)
  • Ohaus GT480 Balance 2270 Fine Range
  • Parr High Pressure Reactor
  • Peak Nitrogen Generator
  • PerkinElmer LS-55 Fluorescence Spectrometer
  • Recirculating Chiller
  • Varian Spectra 10BQ AA Spectro with Auto Sampler
  • Spectrophotometer
  • Thermo Scientific Spectrometer
  • Toledo Analytical Precision Balances
  • Toledo Top Loding Precision Balances
  • Varian GC/MS
  • Varian Mercury NMR Spectrometer
  • VIS Absorance Spectrophotometer System
  • Waters UPLC UV/VIS System (Ultra-High Pressure Liquid Chromatographer)
  • Waters UPLC with Mass Spectrometer Detector
  • Waters Quadrupole-Time-of-Flight Tandem Mass Spectrometer

Physics Area:

  • Advanced radioactivity Set
  • Computerized Cavendish Balance
  • Electromagnet
  • Lock-in Amplifier and Pre-Amplifier
  • Observatory with Meade 16" LX200 Telescope/SBIG Camera
  • Optical Tables
  • Speed of Light Apparatus
  • Stabilized 633nm Laser System
  • Torsion Pendulum
  • X-Ray Apparatus with Goniometer

Chemistry Program

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Physics & Astronomy Program

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When do labs start?

ASTR 201 labs, CHEM 111L, 112L, 121L, 122L, 319, 320L, 341L, 342L, 420L, and All PHYSICS Labs (PHYS 101, 150, 211L, 212L, 220L, 221L) are meeting the 1 st week of classes.

CHEM 201L will start the 2nd week of classes.

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