Other equipment

Spectroscopic techniques

  • X ray diffraction: Bruker Nonius X8 APEX – II DIffractometer.

  • Infrared Spectroscopy: Bruker Tensor 27 y Bruker Vector 22 with variable temperature cell.

  • Ultraviolet visible spectroscopy: Perkin Elmer Lambda 750 Spectrophotometer with a Perkin Elmer PTP-6 peltier accessory.

  • Spectropolarimeter: Perkin Elmer Polarimeter 341.

  • Fluorescence spectroscopy: Aminco Bowman Series 2 Luminiscence Spectrometer.

Analytical Techniques

  • Gas Chromatography

    • HP 6890 Series Gas Chromatograph with Flame Ionization Detector (FID)

    • Agilent 6890 Series Gas Chromatograph with FID and Thermal Conductivity Detector.

    • Agilent 7820A Gas Chromatograph with Flame Ionization Detector (FID)

    • Agilent 7820A Gas Chromatograph with FID and Thermal Conductivity Detector.

    • Shimadzu GCMS-QP2010plus Gas Chromatograph coupled with a cuadrupole mass detector.

  • Liquid Chromatography
    • Waters Alliance 2695 HPLC with Waters 996 UV-vis detector and chiral columns.

    • Waters Alliance 2695 HPLC with Waters 996 UV-vis detector and reverse phase columns.

    • Metrohm 850 Professional IC Ion Chomatograph with PAD detector.

  • Capillary Electrophoresis: Beckman Coulter P/ACE MDQ with UV/vis detector.

  • Magnetic Susceptibility: Sherwood Scientific MSB-Auto 

  • Microplate analysis: Dynex Triad microplate reader.

Biologic Systems

  • Isometric contraction measurement system:  8 simultaneous measurement system.
  • Thermal cycler: PCR BioRad iCycler

Computational Techniques

  • Linux Cluster for Parallel Scientific Calculations: Beowulf Cluster with 12-biprocessor nodes (INTEL Xeon 2.8GB, 533 MHz FSB.512 KB Cache) networked by two 24-ports HP Procurve 2524 Switches. Linux 4.0 Intel (RH 9.0)

  • Linux Workstations: 2 x Dell Precision T5400. Software: SYBYL X 1.3, Macromodel 9 and Amber 10.