Room 1


Microwave-Assisted Extraction (MAE)

This is a technique used in chemistry and biology to extract compounds from various samples using microwave radiation. It allows for efficient extraction of target compounds from solid or liquid samples by utilizing the rapid heating and agitation produced by microwaves.

Study Room

This is a room designated for studying or conducting research activities. It contains resources such as books, computers, and desks.

Room 2


Pressurized Liquid Extraction (PLE)

This is a sample preparation technique that involves the use of liquid solvents at elevated pressures and temperatures to efficiently extract analytes from solid or semi-solid samples.

Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE)

This technique utilizes a supercritical fluid, typically carbon dioxide, to extract target compounds from solid or liquid samples. Supercritical fluids possess unique properties that allow for effective extraction and can be easily removed after the process.

Supercritical Fluid Extraction/Solid Adsorbent Separation (SFE/SAS)

This technique combines supercritical fluid extraction with solid adsorbent materials for the separation and purification of target compounds.

Subcritical Water Extraction/Pressurized Liquid Extraction (SWE/PLE)

This method involves using subcritical water, which is water under high temperature and pressure but below its boiling point, to extract compounds from various samples. Pressurized Liquid Extraction is also used in conjunction with subcritical water extraction.

Room 3


Dubhoff Water Bath

A Dubhoff water bath is a type of laboratory water bath used for incubating samples at a controlled temperature. It typically consists of a temperature-controlled water basin.

Micro Kjeldahl Digestion Block

It is a block heater designed for the digestion step in the Kjeldahl method, which is a standard technique for determining the nitrogen content in organic compounds.

Kjeldahl Nitrogen Distiller

This equipment is used in the Kjeldahl method to separate and collect the distilled ammonia released during the digestion process. It allows for the accurate determination of nitrogen content in samples.


A spectrometer is an instrument used to measure and analyze the interaction of light with different substances. It can measure various properties such as absorption, emission, or scattering of light, enabling the identification and quantification of substances present in a sample.

pH meter

A pH meter is a device used to measure the acidity or alkalinity of a solution by determining its pH value. It consists of a pH probe that detects the concentration of hydrogen ions in the solution.


A pycnometer is a specialized glass container used to measure the density or specific gravity of liquids. It typically has a precise volume and a stopper to ensure accurate measurements.

Room 4


Gaseous Anti Solvent (GAS)

It is a technique used in pharmaceutical and chemical processes. It involves the addition of a compressed gas, such as carbon dioxide, to precipitate or separate a desired compound from a solution.

Solution Enhanced Dispersion by Supercritical Fluids (SEDS)

It is a technique that utilizes supercritical fluids to disperse and dissolve poorly water-soluble compounds. It enhances the dissolution and bioavailability of these compounds by forming stable dispersions.

Phase Equilibria Static view-cell

The static view-cell allows for visual observation of the phase transitions and equilibria of mixtures and substances occurring under different conditions.

Room 5



A centrifuge is a laboratory instrument that uses high-speed rotation to separate substances based on their density. It applies centrifugal force to separate components in a sample, such as solids from liquids or separate different liquid phases.

Circulating Oven

A circulating oven is an oven equipped with a fan or blower system that circulates heated air uniformly throughout the chamber. This feature ensures even heating and temperature distribution within the oven, making it suitable for various applications that require precise and consistent temperature control.

Rotary Evaporator

A rotary evaporator, also known as a rotovap, is a laboratory device used for efficient and gentle evaporation of solvents from samples. It consists of a rotating flask that is heated under vacuum, allowing for the recovery of solvents while leaving behind the desired compounds.


A lyophilizer, also known as a freeze dryer, is a piece of equipment used to remove moisture from samples or substances by freeze-drying. It involves freezing the material and then subjecting it to vacuum conditions, allowing the frozen water to sublime directly from solid to gas, leaving behind a dry product.

Knife Mill

A knife mill is a type of laboratory grinder or mill used for size reduction of solid samples. It utilizes sharp blades or knives to cut and reduce the size of the material into smaller particles.

Soxhlet Extractor

A Soxhlet extractor is a type of extraction apparatus used to extract soluble compounds from solid samples. It involves a continuous extraction process where a solvent is repeatedly cycled between a heated flask and a condenser, allowing for efficient extraction of target compounds.