The Chemistry Department occupies 5 buildings on the north edge of the Danforth Campus: the Laboratory Sciences Building, the McMillen Laboratory building, Louderman Hall, the Radiochemistry Building, and the Cyclotron Building & Laboratory for Mass Spectrometry. The entire Chemistry complex is composed of a total of 242,000 square feet. Click here for a detailed campus map.
The university's commitment to research makes it possible for the department to possess a range of the most advanced instruments available, especially in the centralized facilities for NMR spectroscopy, computing, and mass spectrometry. In addition, the fully-equipped glass, and mechanical shops provide expert-level support to researchers from multiple departments.
The Department of Chemistry Library is located within Louderman Hall in the Chemistry complex, and each office and computer is equipped with the latest on-line resources, including SciFinder Scholar, Beilstein Crossfire, Medline, etc. Olin Library, the main university library, is also conveniently located just to the south of Louderman Hall.