Shimadzu High Performance Liquid Chromatograph equipped with UV and Fluorescent detectors.
Paine College DOE Research Assistants and faculty working on Shimadzu High Performance Liquid Chromatograph equipped with UV and Fluorescent detectors.
Dr. C. R. Nair with the students working together to set-up the GC/MS system for trace Organics.
Students setting up the algal Photo bioreactor system of Chlorella vulgaris and Botryococcus braunii, a lipid producing algae.
Paine College Students performing spectrophotometric analysis of hexavalent chromium using the new the Shimadzu UV-2450 Spectrophotometer
DOE Research Assistant, Angela Williams ( Summer 2012) performing spectrophotometric analysis of hexavalent chromium.
Dr. Abubucker performing bench scale modeling of hexavalent chromium bioremediation in SMS Columns, simulating environmental conditions of chromium decontamination by bacterial systems.
Dr. Bibek Mohanty, DOE Researcher discussing the research with his research assistants.
DOE Research Assistants , Brittany and Priyanka, using the Microlab FAST spect 390-940 nm Scanning Spectrophotometer/Fluorimeter equipped with continuous monitoring of pH, Redox,Temp, Conductivity, drop count and time. Students were developing break through curves to study chromium migration pattern using NaCl break-through curve.
Paine College acquired new research instrumentations for promoting research in Science, Technology, and Engineering & Mathematics during 2011-2012.
Students working with soil columns in bio augmentation studies using B. sphearicus
DOE Research Assistant, Melande Carter learning to assemble SMS soil Columns