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Jahn Laboratory

Reviewing experimental results

Jahn hallway

Jahn hosts both instruction and funded research

Jahn hosts both instruction and funded research

Jahn entrance

Flasks

Graduate student at work

One of many labs in the building

Research in progress

Jahn's signature glass facade

Ventilated work stations

High tech research

High tech research

Jahn Lab

Experiment in progress

Undergraduates at work

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Formal Name: Edwin C. Jahn Laboratory

Dedication Date: 1997

Gross Area: 82,260 SF

Original Cost: $22,000,000

Primary Use: Teaching; Research; Service

Program Units

Named Facilities:

  • Walter P. Smith Laboratory
  • William D. Gooden Laboratory
  • Niagara Mohawk Laboratory

Program Support Facilities:

  • Cold rooms
  • constant temperature room
  • clean room

Specialized Equipment: Mass spectrometers with liquid gas and chromatography input 300MHZ nuclear magnetic resonance 600 MHZ nuclear magnetic resonance

Jahn Laboratory

With its distinctive glass façade, Jahn Laboratory is the high-tech home for the College’s world-renowned chemistry program. Among its many attributes, the building has a 40-station organic teaching lab, computational chemistry lab, polymer processing lab, a variety of research laboratories, culture rooms, a laser spectroscopy lab and a rooftop atmospheric sampling station.


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