Basement - ACADEMIC COMPUTING CENTER The computing facility includes a PDP-11/40 computer with teletype and cathode ray terminals, an HP graphics plotter, a line printer, and a large student working area.
First floor - PHYSICS (1) Facilities: large auditorium, demonstration-lecture room, seminar room, four faculty offices, seven labs for faculty and student research, two general physics labs, two classrooms, atomic and nuclear physics lab, electricity and magnetism lab, optics and spectroscopy lab, electronics shop, machine shop, photographers' office and two darkrooms. (2) Equipment: Hilger glass and quartz spectrographs, Jarrell Ash .5 meter scanning monochrometer, Spectra Physics 20 mw laser plus smaller lasers, precision Fabry-Perot interferometer, Bausch and Lomb 1.0 meter spectrograph, Franck-Hertz experiment, mass spectrometer, 8-ray spectrometer, Nuclear Data multi-channel analyzer, Tektronix research oscilloscopes, NRC vacuum evaporator, analog computer simulator, six Heath electronics stations, three Questar telescopes, glass blowing equipment, and an HP programmable calculator.
Second floor - BIOLOGY and SCIENCE LIBRARY (1) Facilities: the Bush science library with over 10,000 books and 120 periodicals plus individual student carrels; laboratories for genetics, molecular biology, ecology, physiology, and microbiology; three classrooms, faculty offices and research areas, four controlled environment rooms, holding facilities for maintaining warm and cold-blooded animals, plant-drying and herbarium rooms, chromatography room, preparation rooms, seminar room, darkroom, natural history collections room, and two stockrooms. (2) Equipment: Technicon Autoanalyzer, Lab Con Kjeldahl apparatus, Beckman ultracentrifuge, Sorrall refrigerated centrifuge, Phillipson microbomb calorimeter, precision Warburg apparatus, E&M physiographs, Beckman DB spectrophotometers, Packard Tricarb liquid scintillation spectrometer, Coulter counter B, Instant Ocean marine aquaria, walk-in Hotpack environmental chambers, Percival and Sherer upright environmental chambers, and a Beckman recording densitometer and integrator.
Third floor - CHEMISTRY and MATHEMATICS (1) Facilities: The Mathematics Department has five faculty offices, three classrooms, a seminar room, and a student study room equipped with individual carrels. The Chemistry Department has four faculty offices, a seminar room, a general chemistry lab, teaching and research laboratories for organic, analytical, and physical chemistry; preparation rooms, instrument rooms, several classrooms, and a large chemical stockroom. (2) Equipment: The Mathematics Department has computational equipment which includes several HP-45 calculators, a programable HP calculator with a plotter, and a terminal connection to the PDP-11/40 computer. The Chemistry Department has a General Electric XRD-5 x-ray diffractometer, Finnigan mass spectrometer, Varian T-60 nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer, Beckman IR-18 infared spectrometer, four gas chromatographs, Bendix electropolarimeter, and a Perkin-Elmer 403 atomic absorption spectrophotometer.