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Research Instrumentation

Nicolet Magna 560 FT-Infrared Spectrophotometer
Pine Research Instrumentation Cyclic Voltammetry
Shimadzu UV-2101PC Ultraviolet-Visible Spectrophotometer
Varian EM 390 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer
Varian Mercury 300 MHz Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer
Varian Saturn 3 Gas Chromatograph-Mass Spectrometer
Jobin-Yvon Spex Fluoromax 3 Fluorescence Spectrofluorimeter
Shimadzu 2401 UV/vis spectrophotometer with a 6 cell holder Peltier
Shimadzu UFLC HPLC Systems (2)
Shimadzu RF5301PC Spectrofluorospectrometer
Paar 1341 Oxygen Bomb Calorimeter
Shimadzu AA-7000 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer
Shimadzu GCMS-QP2010S GC Mass Spectrometer
Rudolf Instruments Autopol 1 Polarimeter
New Brunswick Scientific Excell E24 Incubator Shaker
Sorval ST 16R Hanging Bucket Centrifuge
Eppindorf Mastercycler PCR System
Reichert AR7 Series Automatic Refractometer
BioRad Experion Automated Electrophoresis System
Cary 100 UV/Vis Spectrometer with Thermoset Multicell Cuvetter Holder (2)
OLIS 100DS Circular Dichroism Spectropolarimeter
CSC NANO Differential Scanning Calorimeter
Dynamic Light Scattering System
Differential Scanning Calorimeter Q500 TGA and Q20 DSC
Automated Micro-Osmometer Freezing point model 3320 .
DXR Raman microscope, a research grade dispersive Raman microscope  with DXR 780 nm (near IR)  Excitation Laser Set. Nominal spectral range,  50-3300 cm-1

A 21-node Rocks Cluster attached to 7TB of networked storage.  TWU faculty and student researchers have access to this university-owned high performance computing cluster, nicknamed Agnito.  Able to handle large data set computations and analyses in parallel, computer clusters harness the power of multiple servers to act in conjunction as a supercomputer.  Computing clusters are used for research in various disciplines, including computational chemistry, large-scale event modeling, social network analysis, and real text data mining.

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