List of Instruments

  • Double stackable Shaker (Kuhner).
  • Spectrofluorimeter (Horiba).
  • Perkin elmer Scintillation counter.
  • Image Plate detector for X-ray diffraction (MAR Research GMBH).
  • Rigaku X-ray source. (Gift from CCMB).
  • Branson Sonicator.
  • GE Acta FPLC system.
  • Microscope for Cell Culture (Olympus).
  • EPI Fluorescence Microscope with digital imaging (Carl Zeiss).
  • Stereo microscope for Crystallization (Lyca).
  • Crystal growth Incubators from Molecular Devices.
  • Automated grease applicator from Molecular Devices.
  • Heraeus Megafuge (Table top centrifuge for different formats and volumes) (From CSIR project).
  • Analytical HPLC systems from Water with autosampler.
  • HKL2000: X-ray data processing software.
  • Beckman Ultracentrifuge (floor model).
  • Beckman high speed centrifuge (floor model).
  • Nano Drop Spectro-photometer.
  • Gel dryer from Biorad.
  • Haier -20/4 deg pharmaceutical refrigerator.
  • Automated cell counter.
  • Electroporator for amoebic and mammlian cells.
  • Circular Dichroism Spectropolarimeter with Peltier controller from JASCO
  • UltrafleXtreme MALDI-ToF/ToF from Bruker Daltonics with 2D-NanoLC and tissue imaging
  • Avance III 700MHz FT-NMR spectrometer from Bruker BioSpin with 5mm and 1.7mm TCI CryoProbes
  • Biacore T200 Surface Plasmon Resonance from GE Healthcare Life Sciences

List of Instruments

  • 400, 500 and 700 MHz NMR spectrometers (Bruker)
  • High Resolution Mass Spectrometer (UPLCMS) (Bruker)
  • GCMS (Agilent)
  • Maldi-TOF(Bruker)
  • Physical Property Measurement System (PPMS & MPMS)
  • Nano & Femtosecond lasers (Spectra-Physics)
  • Single crystal x-ray diffraction facility (Bruker)
  • Powder X-ray diffractometer (PANalytical Empyrean)
  • Surface area and gas adsorption measurement set up (BELSORP-MAX)
  • Superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID, Quantum Design)
  • Gel permeation chromatographer (Agilent PL-GPC50)
  • Fluorimeter (Fluorolog, Horiba Jobin Yvon)
  • Time Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC) unit (Hamamatsu, Horiba)
  • UV-vis spectrophotometer (Perkin Elmer)
  • UV-vis-NIR spectrophotometer (Cary)
  • IR spectrometers (Shimadzu & Perkin Elmer)
  • Circular dichroism spectrometer (Jasco)
  • Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectrometer (Bruker)
  • Electrochemical work station (CHI)
  • HPLC (Perkin Elmer)
  • Elemental (CHNSO) analyzer (Elementar Vario Micro Cube)
  • Spin Coating unit (Holmarc)
  • Differential scanning calorimeter (DSC, Perkin Elmer)
  • Thermogravimetric analyzer (TGA 4000, Perkin Elmer)
  • Dynamic light scattering and zeta potential analyzer (Beckman Coulter)
  • Atomic force microscope (Agilent 5500 AFM/ SPM)
  • Scanning electron microscope (FEI)

Additionally, the Chemistry laboratories have the state-of-the-art facilities for the dissemination of introductory concepts in Chemistry, namely Physical, Inorganic, and Analytical Chemistry, to the students pursuing the MS program in our Institute. In this regards, the chemistry laboratory is equipped with advanced rotary evaporators (Model Buchi V-201), melting point apparatus, ice flaking machine, digital weighing balances, pH-meters, conductometers, vacuum pumps, water-distillation assembly, and fume-hood, Furthermore, the laboratory has basic instrumentation facilities polarograph, polarimeter, UV-Visible, and IR spectrophotometers. It is envisaged that experiments, utilizing the above mentioned facilities have been designed with the purpose of making a student appreciate fundamental principles and have contemporary knowledge in Chemistry.

List of Instruments

  • Ferroelectric hysteresis loop tracer (Radiant technologies) assembled with probe station (Signatone)
  • Impedance Analyzer (Agilent)
  • Thin film sputtering system (assembled indigenously)
  • Surface profiler (Bruker)
  • High temperature box and tubular furnaces
  • Thin film coating unit
  • Nanosecond laser with OPO
  • Z-scan setup for nonlinear absorption and refraction measurements
  • Transient absorption spectrometer with a time resolution of 10 milli seconds