Environmental Engineering Chemical Wet-Laboratory

Location: 192-209
Facilities: ENVE 434, 443, 450, ENGR 581, 582, 583


EECWL is used as a teaching lab for both undergraduate and graduate students.

Current Equipment

EECWL is a 2,000 square foot space with 24 student work-stations. Each student in a class has work-bench space and access to a sink and equipment used in a particular lab. The lab is also a smart-room with a projector for lab-prep lectures and student presentations.

  • Gas Chromatograph with Mass Spectrometer: used to identify hundreds of thousands of different chemical compounds.
  • Phase-Contrast Research-Quality Microscopes: equipped with high-quality digital cameras to allow image capture.
  • Ultraviolet/Visible Spectrophotometer: measures intensity as a function of the wavelength of light.

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