The station core chamber was the main operations center aboard the station. Aside from the station core itself, the chamber contained a transporter pad and console. It also
The station's power grids were down the various conduits that attached to the core chamber. One of which was located behind four bulkheads, 200 meters from the station core chamber, down conduit A2. The station also had its plasma conduits located in one of the station's access tunnels attached to the core chamber.
For the interior, the script described that "the station core is unfinished, with equipment consoles scattered about. In several places, the walls are cut through with holes which lead away to access tunnels deep within the station. A transporter pad and console are in one corner. In the center of the floor is a large, glowing circular core (similar to the Enterprise's warp core)." The "lateral neon "blinky" units" that appeared in the lab were reused from the Regula I lab in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. (Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion (1st ed., p. 227))
The name of this station was mentioned in an Okudagram seen at Data's science station on the bridge of the USS Enterprise-D. This graphic was put up for auction in 2018. 
The script described it simply as "a small space station." The particle fountain miniature was a new model, "touched up with cheap and quick detail and lighting by computer." (Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion (1st ed., p. 227))