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The synthetic chemists at CSLA have the facilities to work with air and moisture sensitive compounds, separate complex mixtures and monitor transition metal mediated processes.
 

Professor Tunstad and MARC fellow Jose Nunez check the growth of crystals.


MARC fellow Jose Nunez and Professor Tunstad distilling solvent using the rotary evaporator.

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Dr. Paulson and an undergraduate honors student discuss her latest kinetic results on the addition of CO to ruthenium myoglobin


A graduate student prepares samples of apomyoglobin for reconstitution with a ruthenium substituted porphyrin


An undergraduate honors student adds CO to a sample of ruthenium myoglobin

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A glove box is another way to work with oxygen and moisture sensitive compounds.


A graduate student analyzes a reaction mixture on a gas chromatograph


Undergraduate students working with oxygen and moisture sensitive compounds on a Schlenk line.

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