Clark Atlanta University
For information about Core Facilities at Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development, Clark Atlanta University
CCRTD Core Facilities
Cell Biology and Imaging
Other CAU's Core Research Facility
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Center:
A Bruker AVANCE-III 500 MHz MHz superconducting magnet-based instrument provides state of-the-art NMR, both solid state and solution NMR facilities and includes multi-nuclear and multi pulse experiments.
Bruker AVANCE 400 MHz superconducting magnet-based instrument provides state of-the-art NMR facilities, and includes multi-nuclear and multi pulse experiments.
Bruker Dimension FastScan AFM (Atomic Force Microscope)
Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Facility:
Hiden Analytical SIMS Plus Workstation
The instrument is an electrostatic quadrupole-based analysis system equipped with cesium and oxygen primary beam sources, charge compensation, and a liquid nitrogen cold trap. This system is a user-friendly, semi-automated, turbo-pumped tool designed for fast sample turnaround. It has enhanced capabilities to handle a variety of materials. It is provisioned for depth profiling, imaging of chemical distributions, stoichiometry, 3-D chemical mapping, diffusion and dopant analysis, and isotopic analysis. The techniques supported are dynamic SIMS, static-SIMS, and SNMS.