About our Facilities

Our Chemistry and Physics programs are housed in Peter and Cecile Morgane Hall, with additional teaching and research laboratories in the Harold Alfond Center for Health Sciences and biochemistry research laboratories in the Pickus Center for Biomedical Research. All of the facilities are located on our beautiful seaside campus in Biddeford.

Morgane Hall houses the general chemistry, general physics and biochemistry teaching labs as well as some small research labs. The advanced chemistry teaching and research labs are located on the third floor of the Alfond Center and the first floor of the Pickus Center. Pickus offers flexible biochemistry research space, where you work with faculty using a wide range of modern chemical and biochemical instrumentation in facilities designed to be conducive to learning and research productivity.

Take a virtual tour of Morgane Hall

Launch Morgane Hall

Take a virtual tour of the Alfond Center for Health Sciences 

Launch Alfond Center for Health Sciences

Take a virtual tour of the Pickus Center

Launch Pickus Center

Major Instrumentation

  • BAS CV-50W Multi-purpose Electrochemical Analyzer (1997)
  • Misc. ISEs; computer-interfaced pH/ion mV meters
  • Eberbach Electrogravimetric Analyzer
  • Hewlett-Packard 5890 capillary GC with FID and TCD
  • Agilent 7280 capillary GC with FID and TCD (2012)
  • Shimadzu HPLC with diode array detector (2010)
  • Waters 501 HPLC + Varian 2050 Variable Wavelength UV Detector
  • Beckman 330 HPLC + 110A pump + Waters 430 Conductivity Detector (Ion Chromatography)
Instrumentation available in other departments
  • GC-MSD with FID, TCD, and CI options and autosampler ( 2012)
  • Odyssey CLx Infrared Imaging System (LI-COR)
  • Spectramax M2 spectrofluorometer
  • Scanning Laser Confocal Microscope (Leica TCS SP5, 2011)
  • Atomic Force Microscope (Digital Instruments Nanoscope IIIA, 2004)
  • Access to numerous fluorescence and digital microscopes through UNE core imaging facility
Miscellaneous Instrumentation
  • Polarimeters, Refractometers
  • Electronic Balances
  • Planer Electrophoresis
  • Photochemical Reaction Chamber (Luzchem, 2009)
  • Computational Cluster (purchased 2007)
  • Karl-Fischer Titrator (Mettler Toledo, 2010)
  • Glove Box (Vacuum Atmospheres Single Omni System, 2010)
  • Perkin-Elmer Lambda-20 double beam UV-Vis spectrophotometer (1997)
  • Beckman DU-2 UV-Vis with Gilson upgrades
  • Shimadzu UV-2450 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer (2009)
  • Aminco-Bowman Series 2 Spectrofluorometer (1993)
  • Varian Eclipse Spectrofluorometer (2011)
  • Jobin-Yvon Horiba Fluorolog MF2 Steady-state and Frequency-domain Picosecond-scale Fluorescence Lifetime Fluorometer (2010)
  • Olis DM-45 Photon-counting Spectrofluorometer (2013)
  • Turner Model 111 Filter Fluorometer
  • GBC 932B AA Spectrometer; Flame and Graphite Furnace (2003)
  • Olis DSM-20 CD Circular Dichroism spectrometer with CLARiTY Upgrade (2013)
  • Thermo-Nicolet IR-200 FT-IR (2007)
  • Thermo-Nicolet IR-300 FT-IR (2002)
  • JEOL ECX-300 MHz Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectrometer (2003)
  • Raman Spectrometer (delta Nu; 2009)
  • High resolution UV-Vis Spectrophotometer (Ocean Optics; 2009)
  • Ocean Optics UV-Vis Spectrophotometers

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