@@The major body of the chemistry literature collected in the university's general library includes more than 12,000 monographs and 12,000 bound periodicals. In addition, more than 25 chemistry journal subscriptions are maintained. On-line access to library material in other institutes is possible from the department's laboratories.

@@The department now contains 26 laboratories established for the purpose of teaching and research. They include labs for general chemistry, organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, instrumental analysis, biochemistry, organic analysis, and so on. Each lab is supervised by a faculty member with specialty in that field. Major instruments now in the chemistry department include: a high-power laser system for the study of gas phase reactions; five NMR including two 400, one 300, one 200 and one 60 MHz systems; high performance chromatography systems including four high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), five gas chromatography, two supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC), two ion chromatography (IC), and two gas chromatography-mass spectrometers (GC-MS); two capillary electrophoresis systems; two flame atomic absorption spectrophotometers; three UV-vis spectrophotometers; two FT-infrared spectrophotometers; two polarography; one electrochemical workstation (BAS 100B/W); and three columeters. In addition to these major units, the department is also equipped with a full complement of standard chemical instruments.