WV State University Offers NMR Spectrometer For Use
The Chemistry Department at West Virginia State University has a new Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer that is available for use. As part of the grant to set it up and run it, it is considered a “regional” instrument with funding provided for other academic and industry users. Throughout an initial trial period and until usage becomes high, individuals can use the equipment free of charge with appropriate training.
For more information, contact Dr. Michael Fultz, Assistant Professor of Chemistry at West Virginia State University, at firstname.lastname@example.org.