Purdue has one of the highest concentrations of facilities available to chemistry graduate students in the United States. Our unique instrumentation and support is particularly well suited to fostering cross-disciplinary research. Many of these facilities are of specific interest to inorganic graduate students:
- Our NMR Facility has a wide range of high field instruments, solid state capabilities, and readily available expertise and assistance.
- The Jonathan Amy Laboratory for Chemical Instrumentation (JAFCI) facility is a team of scientists and engineers who provide assistance in the design/construction of specialized instrumentation not commercially available along with repair/modification of commercial systems.
- The X-Ray Crystallography facility is state of the art.
- We also have superb machine shop and scientific glass blowing facilities in the department.