McMaster Analysis and Characterization Services
The Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology proudly hosts three research instrument facilities within our McMaster Analysis and Characterization Services group: the McMaster Regional Centre for Mass Spectrometry, the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility and the McMaster Analytical X-Ray Diffraction Facility. Together, these facilities offer unparalleled service to both internal and external research clients. The combination of state-of-the-art equipment and experienced, professional personnel, allows instrument facilites staff to work closely with clients to solve unique problems and provide unrivaled service.
We’re a professional team of scientists who can solve your most challenging analysis problems. State-of-the-art instruments, dedicated people with diverse backgrounds, a quality management system for GMP and meticulous attention to detail...
We provide mass spectrometric service by analyzing approximately 4000 individual samples per year for many clients within the McMaster community and for various external institutions...
We specialize in research, theory and practice of X-ray diffraction and provide fee-for-service characterization of chemicals and materials for external clients from industry and from other universities.
The Facility is highly regarded in the Canadian chemical community for its versatility in the types of samples as well as the number of nuclei that can be studied by solution and solid state NMR.
The Centre for Advanced Light Microscopy (CALM) provides access to cutting-edge light microscopy, photo-patterning, and light-assisted 3D printing techniques to help researchers in science, engineering and life sciences as well as our industrial partners achieve their scientific goals.