Troy Hall laboratory
The Moreau group primary laboratory space is in Troy Hall, rooms 201 – 205. This consists of a transition metal synthesis laboratory, an instrument laboratory and a separate radiological materials laboratory. The space includes eleven fume hoods and is equipped for inorganic synthesis, both for synthesis of aqueous and organic-phase, air-sensitive systems. Equipment includes gloveboxes, solvent purification system, schlenk lines, centrifuges, a UV-vis spectrometer and a Dynamic Light Scattering instrument with capability for zeta potential measurements.
Dodgen Research Facility laboratory
The Moreau group is in the process of setting up a second radiological laboratory in the Dodgen Research facility. The nature of the facility enables the capability for synthesis and processing of transuranic isotopes, irradiated material and short-lived medical isotopes.
WSU user facilities
The Moreau group are members of the Nuclear Science Center (https://nsc.wsu.edu/) and the Franceschi Microscopy and Imaging Center (Franceschi Microscopy & Imaging Center | Washington State University (wsu.edu)) and make use of instruments in a number of laboratories within the department to meet our research needs.
DOE Synchrotron laboratories
Moreau group researchers make use of synchrotron-based X-ray characterization techniques. They are active users of the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource (https://www-ssrl.slac.stanford.edu/) and the Advanced Photon Source (https://www.aps.anl.gov/). Prof. Moreau is currently a member of the SSRL User Executive Committee.