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The NMR Facility in the Chemistry/Biochemistry Building provides researchers the ability to use state of the art Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometers (200MHz, 400 MHz, 500 MHz). 1D- and 2D-NMR methods are being used for structure elucidation of molecules, supramolecular assemblies, and biomolecules.

- NMR Scheduling System

   

The Biotechnology Core Facility at Kansas State University was established in 1993 to provide a number of centralized services to plant and animal researchers at K-State and elsewhere. The goods and services provided by the facility give researchers the tools they need to identify new proteins, protein modifications, protein-protein interactions and enzyme substrates. Services include:

- DNA/RNA Oligonucleotide Synthesis
- Peptide/Protein Synthesis
- Peptide/Protein Sequencing
- Proteomics
- Mass Spectrometry
- Surface Plasmon Resonance

   

James R. MacDonald Laboratory

An Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics Research Facility, one of the largest in the country and ranked among the elite programs in atomic physics, funded by the US Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation.

   

Electronics Design Laboratory

EDL was created to support research and development programs within the Kansas Regents University System and for industry customers.EDL provides expertise in:
- Low noise high performance analog systems.
- Computer aided design and simulation.
- Full electronics prototyping and packaging.
- In-House multi layer printed wiring board (PWB) design and layout.
- Programmable logic device (PLD) and Embedded System design.
- Network, spectrum, and impedance analysis to 1.8 GHz.
- Arbitrary waveform generators for complex system testing.

 

Chemistry/Biochemistry Building


Completed in 1988 at a cost of $10,955,000,the Chemistry / Biochemistry Building houses research laboratories, faculty offices, as well as some teaching laboratories.

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H. H. King Chemical Laboratory


Built in 1966 at a cost of $1,266,720 King Hall houses the majority of the undergraduate teaching laboratories, faculty offices, as well as some research laboratories.

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Willard Hall


Built in 1939 at a cost of $435,000 and extensively remodelled in 1965, Willard Hall houses the departmental offices, accounting office, faculty room, as well as some research laboratories.

The Chemistry departments occupies rooms in the basement and on the first floor.

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