Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer ( NMR )
High Performance Liquid Chromatography ( HPLC )
Size Separation Chromatography ( GPC )
Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy ( FT-IR )
Organic Elemental Analyzer ( OEA )
Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy ( AAS )
Other Devices and Analysis Fees
Steps to be followed for analysis:
♦ Those who want to have an analysis can apply to our university directly or by courier, with the sample, analysis request form and bank receipt showing that the payment has been made. Analysis can be started after the service fee is deposited into the specified bank accounts and the relevant receipt is sent to the e-mail address of the device to be analyzed.
♦ All access information (name, surname, address, telephone and e-mail address) of the person requesting the analysis must be provided in the application form.
♦ Brand / company name related to samples should not be specified in the analysis request form. Samples must be brought in by coding. Codes should preferably be short.
♦ Samples for analysis must be brought in a defined amount and must have a label that gives descriptive information about the sample (such as the name of the sample, code, organization name).
♦ Toxicity and storage conditions of the samples should be stated in the analysis request form.
♦ Care should be taken to pack the samples in a way that does not harm human health and the environment.
♦ Analysis results will be sent to the e-mail address given via e-mail as soon as possible.
♦ The analysis to be made should be specified in the explanation part of the receipt.
Responsible Faculty Members
Prof. Dr. Ali DİŞLİ
Tel: (312) 202 11 35
Central Laboratory Supervisor
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Serkan Yavuz
Tel: (312) 202 13 75
Lecturer Sinan ÖREN (FT-İR, GC)
Lecturer Dr. Ertan YİLDİRİM (HPLC, GPC)
Lecturer Doğukan DOYDUK (NMR, OEA)
Lecturer Argun TÜRKER (AAS, NMR)
Lecturer Dr. Elvan HASANOĞLU ÖZKAN (OEA, FT-İR)
Lecturer Kübra ÖZKAN HÜKÜM (HPLC, GPC)
NMR : email@example.com
FT- İR / OEA : firstname.lastname@example.org
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