Address:School of Chemistry
Faculty of Science
UNSW Sydney 2052
- Kwun Lun Cho
- Mr Mohammad Choucair
- Mr Jacob William Coffey
- Mr. Xiaofei (Alex) Duan
- Mr. Ian Yi-Ren Goon
- Dr Naresh Kumar
- Professor Robert N. Lamb
- Miss Yolanda Po Sze Leung
- Associate Professor Roger W. Read
- Mr Nam Trung Tuong
- Mr Eugene Adam White
- Mr Alex Hing-Fai Wu
- Dr Wenrong Yang
- Dr Hua Zhang
- Surface Analysis: Kratos AXIS imaging XPS microprobe and Auger system. Kratos XSAM800 XPS. VG ESCALAB 220IXL imaging XPS microscope. Kratos LIMA/TOFSIMS microprobe.
- Mass Spectrometry: Bruker APEXII FTICR (electron ionization, MALDI and electrospray). VG Quattro (electron ionization, chemical ionization, electrospray, GC-MS) plus quadrupole and TOF instruments.
- NMR Spectroscopy: Bruker DMX500 (liquids and solids probes). Varian Inova 300 (dedicated solids instrument). Bruker DPX-300 (2 instruments, 1 with automated sample changer). Bruker DMX600 (located in School of Biochemistry).
- EPR Spectroscopy: Bruker EMX X-band (with helium cryostat; shown on right). The School also has access to a Bruker ESP300 X- and Q-band instrument at the University of Sydney.
- Optical Spectroscopy: Cary 5 UV-VIS-NIR (including diffuse reflectance). Cary 100. Cary 120. PTI pulsed laser fluorescence lifetime instrument (nitrogen and dye lasers) and steady state fluorescence instruments (Perkin-Elmer LS-50B).
- Vibrational Spectroscopy: Nicolet Magna 860 mid and far-IR, with external RAIRS chamber and external Spectratech microscope (shown on right). Bomem MB100 (2x). Mattson Genesis (2x). Nicolet Avatar (2x). Renishaw Raman microprobe (2 instruments, choice of 3 laser wavelengths, located in School of Materials Science and Engineering).
- Chemical Analysis: GBC Integra ICP AES instrument with 22 channel polychromator and monochromator (below, left), various AAS, GC, and HPLC instruments. CHN analysis.
- X-ray Diffraction: ENRAF-Nonius Turbo-CAD4 single crystal diffractometer. Philips X'Pert-MRD powder diffractometer.
- University Electron Microscope Unit: Hitachi S900 and S4500 Field Emission SEM, Cameca SX50 Microprobe, Hitachi H7000 TEM, and Phillips CM200 Field Emission Gun TEM.
- Glass and Mechanical Workshops: Fully equipped glass-blowing workshop for customising/repairing apparatus. Extensive precision-engineering capabilities for instrument development including precision milling, large scale turning, vacuum welding. The workshops have built several highly successful instruments including mass spectrometers such as the oa-TOF mass spectrometer