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Surface Sciences Laboratory

Main Building Image
Photo of the Surface Science Laboratory at Ohio University
#99

Building Type:
Academic

Campus Green:
South Green

Grid Map Square:
H-5

Current Use

The Surface Science Lab houses a physics research laboratory. It is located in the South Green, coordinates H-5 on the campus map; it is marked as #99.

History

Built in 1967, the building was used as the Ohio University Accelerator lab. After the new accelerator lab was built, the building was used for teaching purposes. The lab is now used by the Surface Science research group in the Department of Physics and Astronomy.

Location

131 University Terrace, Athens, OH 45701 (Directions)


The South Green

The South Green on Ohio University's Athens campus.

South Green is composed of residence halls and a dining hall. Notable buildings on this green include Nelson Commons, Carr Hall, Sowle Hall and Brown Hall.

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