This facility houses the most modern, state-of-the-art, single crystal X-Ray Diffractometer.Capabilities include: Crystal Inspection, Cell determination, Data Collection and Processing, Structure Solution, Quick Structure (Identity), Low Temperature Data Collection. Private sector use available by arrangement.
The High-Field NMR Facility at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is an interdepartmental facility, open to researchers of the Five Colleges Consortium (UMass Amherst, Smith, Mt. Holyoke, Amherst and Hampshire Colleges) and surrounding industries. It supports research programs of twenty groups in the areas of chemical synthesis, polymer chemistry, materials science, and natural products.
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
All NMRs are equipped with a sample changer, pulsed field gradients, and multinuclear probes and can meet the needs of almost any routine use
The facility collects diffraction data in order to solve the structures of biomolecules at atomic resolution. Complementing the existing structural biology facilities, the newly opened X-ray diffraction facility allows researchers to solve macromolecular structures by X-ray crystallography.