Chemical Advanced Resolution Methods (ChARM) Laboratory

The ChARM laboratory offers 1000 square feet of laboratory space dedicated to providing analytical capabilities in support of the MTU mission. The laboratory provides separation technology and spectrometry and spectroscopy for molecular and elemental species important in both basic and applied research. Sample preparation and analysis by gas/liquid chromatography, mass spectrometry, ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy, and analytical microscopy is supported. Learn more about our Rates and Training Requirements.

Selected Instrumentation and Equipment

Location: Great Lakes Research Center 233 and Chemical Sciences Building 616-618

Contacts:

ALGE-MikeGretzMichael R. Gretz, Professor and Senior Co-Director of ChARM

906-487-3175
mrgretz@mtu.edu
GLRC 222

Contact Dr. Gretz for procedures, policies, general assistance, instruction, and/or instrument maintenance problems.  See also the Department of Biological Sciences and the Algal Cell Walls & Extracellular Polymers websites.

 

 

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Lynn R. Mazzoleni, Associate Professor and Co-Director of ChARM

906-487-1853
lrmazzol@mtu.edu
GLRC 220, ChemSci 402d

Contact Dr. Mazzoleni for procedures, policies, instruction, and instrument maintenance problems associated with the ultrahigh resolution Orbitrap Elite MS or LCMS instruments.  See also the Department of Chemistry and the Mazzoleni Research Group websites.

 

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Maryam Khaksari, Research Specialist at ChARM

906-487-1469
mkhaksar@mtu.edu
GLRC 218

Contact Dr. Khaksari for procedures, policies, instruction, and instrument maintenance problems associated with the ultrahigh resolution Orbitrap Elite MS, LCQ Fleet Ion Trap MS and LC instruments.