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Chemistry department to get new $370,000 machine

Randy Miller, left, chemistry and biochemistry department chair, Dan Edwards, middle, and Carolyn Edwards, both chemistry and biochemistry professors, stand next to the department's nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Photo credit: Amanda Rhine

Amanda Rhine

December 15, 2014

Christmas came early this year for the chemistry and biochemistry department, with news that it was granted enough money to add a new nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy to its lab. The nearly $370,000 machine is shaped like a toy spaceship but almost large enough to fill a doorway. The nuclear magnetic reso...

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