|Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)||#1 Priority (without question) for all members of the department to use for teaching and research. Commonly can be found “used” for $80,000-120,000, but this is an incredible piece of equipment that does not cost millions.||$80,000-120,000|
|Infrared Spectrophotometer (aka FTRI)||It is used to identify compounds or investigate sample composition. The one at Park University is currently broken.||$15,000-20,000|
|Gas Chromatographer (GC)||Used for separating and analyzing compounds. The one at Park is currently broken and would cost as much as a new one to repair.||$3,000-6,000|
|Petrographic Microscope (polarizing lenses)||Allows light to only pass through objects in certain orientations. Key to identify many materials, minerals.||$3,000-6,000|
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