Housed in the Natural Sciences Complex (NSC) on the UB North Campus, the department occupies approx. 112,000 square feet of space, including 32,000 square feet for teaching laboratories and 54,000 square feet of research laboratory space.
The Chemistry Instrumentation Center provides state-of-the-art instrumentation for chemical analysis with the goal of facilitating research and education campus-wide.
The Magnetic Resonance Center offers state-of-the-art magnetic resonance instrumentation and offers to pursue research projects involving applications of magnetic resonance techniques.
We are equipped with an APEX II Bruker diffractometer for collection of X-ray diffraction data on single crystals.
Researchers in the Department of Chemistry and throughout UB and the community have access to the shops listed below, which are staffed by specialists who assist in designing, constructing, and servicing equipment and instrumentation and in stocking laboratories with materials and supplies.
Researchers in the Department of Chemistry and throughout UB and the community have access to a wide range of shared instrumentation and computing facilities.
The Department of Chemistry is in close proximity to the central Science and Engineering Information Center containing millions of books, journals and technical reports. A significant portion of the journal collection is available electronically on and off campus back as far as the early 1800s.