Various analytical instruments are also available to the Hartman Research Laboratory within NYU’s Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering: X-ray powder diffractometer UV-Vis spectroscopy IR and NMR spectrometers Differential scanning calorimeter Bruker atomic force microscope Polarized optical microscope VWR freezers at -20 and -80oC Walk-in cold room at 4oC
The Hartman Research Laboratory also maintains a high-performance computing account with NYU. This HPC account includes 58TB for computing plus 256GB for login nodes, which provides sufficiently advanced HPC to conduct theoretical and experimental investigations.
Computational workstation with Nvidia 1070Ti AutoCAD and SOLIDWORKS® COMSOL Multiphysics 5.4 Polymath 6.1 MATLAB R2019a LabVIEW 2019 AutoDesk Fusion 360 Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator Gaussian 16/GaussView Wolfram Research Mathematica ChemDraw Professional
Horiba Scientific LabRam HR Evolution confocal Raman spectrometer system 532nm (1-100 mW), 633nm (17-50 mW), 785nm (90-200 mW) excitation lines Class 1 enclosure and polarizers Automated XYZ stage with 0.1 mm step resolution Two CCD detectors (Synapse EM) Objective lens 4×0.10 NA (18.5-mm WD), 10×0.25 NA (10.6-mm WD), and 100×0.80…
Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL): The Hartman Research Laboratory is also located within proximity of Brookhaven National Laboratory (~2.5 hours). BNL houses extensive national analytical facilities in the Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN). This includes small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) equipment and the National Synchrotron Light Source II.