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Installation of the laboratory began in July 2018.

Once fully equipped we will have grease-free Schlenk and high vacuum lines, dryboxes, electrochemical equipment, a Rigaku X-ray diffractometer, and a full suite of glassware for synthetic inorganic chemistry. We will have access to instruments in the departmental NMR facility, the Institute for Research in Materials, and the Mass Spectrometry facility. The university is also part of a High Performance Computing consortium which offers several software packages for quantum chemical calculations. An on-site glassblower provides access to customized scientific glassware.