62. Oneidensis as a living electrode for controlled radical polymerization. Fan. G.; Dundas, C. M.; Graham, A. J.; Lynd, N. A.; Keitz, B. K. Proc. Nat. Acad. USA 2018, in press. [doi]

61. Demystifying the Regio- and Isoselective Polymerization of Epoxides Using the Vandenberg Catalyst. Ferrier, R. C.; Iyiola, O. O.; Palmon, S. E.; Rodriguez, C. G.; Goldfeld, D. J.; Pakhira, S.; Chwatko, M.; Mendoza-Cortes, J. L.; Lynd, N. A. Macromolecules 2018, 51, 1777–1786. [doi]

60. Rewiring Yarrowia lipolytica toward triacetic acid lactone for materials generation. Kelly A. Markham, Claire M. Palmer, Malgorzata Chwatko, James M. Wagner, Clare Murray, Sofia Vazquez, Arvind Swaminathan, Ishani Chakravarty, Nathaniel A. Lynd, Hal S. Alper Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 2018. [doi]

59. Controlling the polysulfide diffusion in lithium-sulfur batteries with a polymer membrane with intrinsic nanoporosity. Yu, X.; Feng, S.; Boyer, M. J.; Lee, M., Ferrier, R. C.; Lynd, N. A.; Hwang, G. S.; Wang, G.; Swinnea, S.; Manthiram, A. Mater. Today Energy 2018, 7, 98–104. [doi]

58. Understanding Poly(vinyl alcohol)-Mediated Ice Recrystallization Inhibition through Ice Adsorption Measurement and pH Effects. Burkey, A. A.; Riley, C. L.; Wang, L. K.; Hatridge, T. A.; Lynd, N. A. Biomacromolecules 2018, 19, 248–255 [doi]

57. Monitoring multicomponent transport using in-situ ATR FTIR spectroscopy. Beckingham, B. S.; Lynd, N. A.; Miller, D. J. J. Membrane Sci. 2018, 550, 348–356. [doi]

56. Influence of dielectric constant on ionic transport in polyether-based electrolytes. Wheatle, B. K.; Jordan, K.; Mogurampelly, S.; Lynd, N. A.; Ganesan, V. ACS Macro Lett. 2017, 6, 1362–1367. [doi]

55. Four-fold increase in epoxide polymerization rate with change of alkyl substitution on mono-µ-oxo-dialuminum initiators. Ferrier, R. C.; Imbrogno, J.; Rodriguez, C. G.; Chwatko, M.; Meyer, P. M.; Lynd, N. A. Polym. Chem. 2017, 8, 4503–4511. [doi] *Featured on the front cover.

54. De Novo synthesis of phosphorylated tri-block copolymers with pathogen virulence suppressing properties that prevent infection-related mortality. Mao, J.; Zaborin, A.; Poroyko, V.; Goldfeld, D.; Lynd, N. A.; Chen, W.; Tirrell, M.; Zaborina, O.; Alverdy, J. C. ACS Biomater. Sci. Eng. 2017, 3, 2076–2085. [doi]


53. Ring-opening polymerization of epoxides: Facile pathway to functional polyethers via a versatile organoaluminum initiator.  Rodriguez, C. G.; Ferrier, R. C.; Helenic, A.; Lynd, N. A. Macromolecules 2017, 50, 3121–3130. [doi]


52. Statistical copolymerization of epoxides and lactones to high molecular weight. Chwatko, M.; Lynd, N. A. Macromolecules 2017, 50, 2714–2723. [doi]


51. Nonaqueous polyelectrolyte solutions as liquid electrolytes with high lithium ion transference number and conductivity. Buss, H. G.; Chan, S. Y.; Lynd, N. A.; McCloskey, B. D. ACS Macro Lett. 2017, 2, 481–487. [doi]


50. Structure-conductivity relationships of block copolymer membranes based on hydrated protic polymerized ionic liquids: Effect of domain spacing. Sanoja, G. E.; Popere, B. C.; Beckingham, B. S.; Evans, C. M.; Lynd, N. A.; Segalman, R. A. Macromolecules 2016, 49, 2216–2223. [doi]


49. Mussel-inspired anchoring of polymer loops that provide superior surface lubrication and antifouling properties. Taegon, K.; Banquy, X.; Heo, J.; Lim, C.; Lynd, N. A.; Lundberg, P.; Oh, D. X.; Lee, H. K.; Hong, Y.-K.; Hwang, D. S.; Waite, J. H.; Israelachvili, J. N.; Hawker, C. J. ACS Nano 2016, 10, 930–937. [doi]


48. Morphology re-entry in asymmetric PS-PI-PS’ triblock copolymer and PS homopolymer blends. Shi, W.; Li. W.; Delaney, K. T.; Fredrickson, G. H.; Kramer, E. J.; Ntaras, C.; Avgeropoulos, A.; Lynd, N. A. J. Polym. Sci. Part B: Polym. Phys. 2016, 54, 169–179. [doi]


47. A facile synthesis of catechol-functionalized poly(ethylene oxide) block and random copolymers. Matron, K. M.; Latimer, A. A.; McGrath, A. J.; Lynd, N. A.; Lundberg, P.; Hudson, Z. M.; Hawker, C. J. J. Polym. Sci. Part A: Polym. Chem. 2015, 53, 2685–2692. [doi]


46. Simple and accurate determination of reactivity ratios using a non-terminal model of chain copolymerization. Beckingham, B. S.; Sanoja, G. E.; Lynd, N. A. Macromolecules 2015, 48, 6922–6930. [doi]



45. Aperiodic “bricks and mortar” mesophase: A new equilibrium state of soft matter and application as a stiff thermoplastic elastomer. Shi, W.; Hamilton, A. L.; Delaney, K. T.; Fredrickson, G. H.; Kramer, E. J.; Ntaras, C.; Avgeropoulos, A.; Lynd, N. A. Macromolecules 2015, 48, 5378–5384. [doi]


44. Cooperative and sequential phase transitions in it-poly(propylene oxide)-b-poly(ethylene oxide)-b-it-poly(propylene oxide) triblock copolymers. Shi, W.; McGrath, A. J.; Li, Y.; Lynd, N. A.; Hawker, C. J.; Fredrickson, G. H.; Kramer, E. J. Macromolecules 2015, 48, 3069–3079. [doi]


43. Creating extremely asymmetric lamellar structures via fluctuation-assisted unbinding of miktoarm star block copolymer alloys. Shi, W.; Hamilton, A. L.; Delaney, K. T.; Fredrickson, G. H.; Kramer, E. J.; Ntaras, C.; Avgeropoulos, A.; Lynd, N. A. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137, 6160–6163. [doi]


42. Improving the gas barrier properties of Nation via thermal annealing: Evidence for diffusion through hydrophilic channels and matrix. Evans, C. M.; Singh, M. R.; Lynd, N. A.l Segalman, R. A. Macromolecules 2015, 48, 3303–3309. [doi]


41. A synthetic strategy for the preparation of sub-100 nm functional polymer particles of uniform diameter. Killops, K. L.; Rodriguez, C. G.; Lundberg, P.; Hawker, C. J.; Lynd, N. A. Polym. Chem. 2015, 6, 1431–1435. [doi]

40. Histamine-functionalized block copolymer micelles as a drug delivery system in 2D and 3D models of breast cancer. Zhang, Y.; Lundberg, P.; Diether, M.; Porsch, C.; Jansson, C.; Lynd, N. A.; Malkoch, M.; Malmström, E.; Hawker, C. J.; Nyström, A. M. J. Mater. Chem. B 2015, 3, 2473–2486. [doi]

39. Probing the effect of molecular non-uniformity in directed self-assembly of diblock copolymers in nano-confined space. Pitet. L. M.; Alexander-Moonen, E.; Peeters, E.; Lynd, N. A.; Druzhinina, T.; Weister, S. F.; Meijer, E. W. ACS Nano 2015, 9, 9594–9602. [doi]

38. Synthetic strategy for preparing chiral double-semicrystalline polyether block copolymers. McGrath, A.; Rodriguez, C. G.; Kramer, E. J.; Hawker, C. J.; Lynd, N. A. Polym. Chem. 2015, 6, 1465–1473. [doi]

37. Phase behavior of electrostatically complexed polyelectrolyte gels using an embedded fluctuation model. Audus, D. J.; Gopez, J. D.; Krogstad, D. V.; Choi, S.-H.; Lynd, N. A.; Kramer, E. J.; Hawker, C. J.; Fredrickson, G. H. Soft Matter 2014, 11, 1214–1225. [doi]

36. Small angle neutron scattering study of complex coacervate micelles and hydrogels formed from ionic diblock and triblock copolymers. Krogstad, D. V.; Choi, S.-H.; Lynd, N. A.; Audus, D. J.; Perry, S. L.; Gopez, J. D.; Hawker, C. J.; Kramer, E. J.; Tirrell, M. V. J. Phys. Chem. B 2014, 118, 13011–13018. [doi]

35. Hierarchically ordered nanopatterns for spatial control of biomolecules. Tran, H.; Ronaldson, K.; Bailey, N.; Lynd, N. A.; Killops, K. L.; Vunjak-Novakovic, G.; Campos. L. M. ACS Nano 2014, 8, 11846–11853. [doi]

34. Synthetic aptamer-polymer hybrid constructs for programmed drug delivery into specific target cells. Oh, S. S.; Lee, B. F.; Leibfarth, F. A.; Eisenstein, M.; Robb, M. J.; Lynd, N. A.; Hawker, C. J.; Soh, H. T. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 15010–10015. [doi]

33. Structural evolution of polyelectrolyte-complex-core micelles and ordered-phase bulk materials. Krogstad, D. V.; Lynd, N. A.; Miyajima, D.; Gopez, J.; Hawker, C. J.; Kramer, E. J.; Tirrell, M. V. Macromolecules 2014, 14, 8026–8032. [doi]

32. Symmetric poly(ethylene oxide-b-styrene-b-isoprene) triblock copolymers: Synthesis, characterization, and self-assembly in bulk and thin film. Qiao, Y.; Ferebee, R.; Lee, B.; Mitra, I.; Lynd, N. A.; Hayat, J.; Stein, G. E.; Bockstaller, M. R.; Tang, C. Macromolecules 2014, 47,6373–6381. [doi]

31. Sequence of hydrophobic and hydrophilic residues in amphiphilic polymer coatings affects surface structure and marine antifouling/fouling release properties. van Zoelen, W.; Buss, H. G.; Ellebracht, N.; Hill, Sophie; Lynd, N. A.; Fischer, D. A.; Finlay, J.; Callow, M. E.; Callow, J. A.; Kramer, E. J.; Zuckermann, R. N.; Segalman, R. A. ACS Macro Letters 2014, 3, 364–368. [doi]

30. Toward strong thermoplastic elastomers with asymmetric miktoarm block copolymer architectures. Shi, W.; Lynd, N. A.; Montarnal, D.; Yingdong, L.; Kramer, E. J.; Fredrickson, G. H.; Ntaras, C.; Avgeropoulos, A.; Hexemer, A. Macromolecules 2014, 47, 2037–2043. [doi]

29. Fluidity and water in nanoscale domains define coacervate hydrogels. Ortony, J. H.; Choi, S.-H.; Spruell, J. M.; Hunt, J. N.; Lynd, N. A.; Krogstad, D. V.; Urban, V. S.; Hawker, C. J.; Kramer, E. J.; Han, S. Chem. Sci. 2014, 5, 58–67. [doi]

28. Phase coexistence calculations of reversibly bonded block copolymers: A unit cell Gibbs ensemble approach. Mester, Z.; Lynd, N. A.; Delaney, K. T.; Fredrickson, G. H. Macromolecules 2014, 47, 1865–1874. [doi]

27. Numerical self-consistent field theory of multicomponent polymer blends in the Gibbs ensemble. Mester, Z.; Lynd, N. A.; Fredrickson, G. H. Soft Matter 2013, 9, 11288–11294. [doi]

26. Linear versus dendritic molecular binders for hydrogel network formation with clay nanosheets: Studies with ABA triblock copolyethers carrying guanidinium ion pendants. Tamesue, S.; Otani, M.; Yamada, K.; Ishida, Y.; Spruell J. M.; Lynd, N. A.; Hawker, C. J.; Aida, T. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135, 15650–15655. [doi]

25. Allyl Glycidyl Ether-Based Polymer Electrolytes for Room Temperature Lithium Batteries. Barteau, K. P.; Wolffs, M.; Lynd, N. A.; Fredrickson, G. H.; Kramer, E. J.; Hawker, C. J. Macromolecules 2013, 46, 8988–8994. [doi]

24. Physiologically relevant, pH-responsive PEG-based block and statistical copolymers with N,N-diisopropyl-amine units. Lee, A.; Lundberg, P.; Klinger, D.; Lee, B. F.; Hawker, C. J.; Lynd, N. A. Polymer Chem. 2013, 4, 5735–5742. [doi]

23. Supramolecular guests in solvent driven block copolymer assembly: From internally structured nanoparticles to micelles. Klinger, D.; Robb, M. J.; Spruell, J. M.; Lynd, N. A.; Hawker, C. J.; Connal, L. A. Polymer Chem. 2013, 4, 5038–5042. [doi]

22. Effects of polymer and salt concentration on the structure and properties of a triblock copolymer coacervate hydrogels. Krogstad, D. V.; Lynd, N. A.; Choi, S.-H.; Spruell, J. M.; Kramer, E. J.; Hawker, C. J.; Tirrell, M. V. Macromolecules 2013, 46, 1512–1518. [doi]

21. Poly[(ethylene oxide)-co-(methylene ethylene oxide)]: A hydrolytically degradable poly(ethylene oxide) platform. Lundberg, P.; Lee, B. F.; van den Berg, S. A.; Pressly, E. D.; Lee, A.; Hawker, C. J.; Lynd, N. A. ACS Macro Lett. 2012, 1, 1240–1243. [doi]

20. pH-triggered self-assembly of biocompatible histamine-functional triblock copolymers. Lundberg, P.; Lynd, N. A.; Zhang, Y.; Zeng, X.; Krogstad, D. V.; Paffen, T.; Malkoch, M.; Nyström, A. M.; Hawker, C. J. Soft Matter 2013, 9, 82–89. [doi]

19. Mesostructured block copolymer nanoparticles: Versatile templates for hybrid inorganic nanostructures. Connal, L.; Lynd, N.; Robb, M.; Jang, S.; Spruell, J.; Hawker, C. Chem. Mater. 2012, 24, 4036–4042. [doi]

18. Reactivity ratios and mechanistic insight for anionic ring-opening copolymerization of epoxides. Lee, B. F.; Wolffs, M.; Delaney, K. T.; Sprafke, J.; Leibfarth, F. A.; Hawker, C. J.; Lynd, N. A., Macromolecules 2012, 45, 3722–3731. [doi]

17. Nanopatterning biomolecules by block copolymer self-assembly. Killops, K. L.; Gupta, N.; Dimitriou, M. D.; Lynd, N. A.; Jung, H.; Tran, H.; Bang, J.; Campos, L. M. ACS Macro Lett. 2012, 1, 758–763. [doi]

16. Functional block copolymer nanoparticles: Toward the next generation of delivery vehicles. Robb, M. J.; Connal, L. A.; Lee, B. F.; Lynd, N. A.; Hawker, C. J. Polym. Chem. 2012, 3, 1618–1628. [doi] *Top ten most accessed article in Polymer Chemistry (May, 2012).

15. Poly(allyl glycidyl ether)–A versatile functional polyether platform. Lee, B. F.; Kade, M. J.; Chute, J. A.; Gupta, N.; Campos, L. M.; Fredrickson, G. H.; Kramer, E. J.; Lynd, N. A.; Hawker, C. J. J. Polym. Sci. Part A: Polym. Chem. 2011, 49, 4498–4504. [doi]

14. A general approach to controlling the surface composition of poly(ethylene oxide)-based block copolymers for antifouling coatings. Dimitriou, M. D.; Zhou, Z.; Yoo, H.-S.; Killops, K. L.; Finlay, J. A.; Sundaram, H. S.; Lynd, N. A.; Barteau, K. P.; Campos, L. M.; Fischer, D. A.; Callow, M. E.; Callow, J. A.; Ober, C. K.; Hawker, C. J.; Kramer, E. J. Langmuir 2011, 27, 13762–13772. [doi]

13. Synthesis of thermally stable Au-core/Pt-shell nanoparticles and their segregation behavior in diblock copolymer mixtures. Jang, S.; Khan, A.; Dimitriou, M.; Kim, B. J.; Lynd, N. A.; Kramer, E. J.; Hawker, C. J. Soft Matter 2011, 7, 6255–6263. [doi]

12. Tunable, high modulus hydrogels driven by ionic coacervation. Hunt, J. N.; Feldman, K. E.; Lynd, N. A.; Deek, J.; Spruell, J. M.; Hernandez, B. M.; Campos, L. M.; Safinya, C. R.; Kramer, E. J.; Hawker, C. J. Adv. Mater. 2010, 23, 2327–2331. [doi]

11. Ketene functionalized polyethylene: control of crosslink density and mechanical properties. Leibfarth, F.; Schneider, Y.; Lynd, N. A.; Schultz, A.; Moon, B.; Bazan, G.; Hawker, C. J. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 14706–14709. [doi]

10. Design of soft and strong thermoplastic elastomers based on non-linear block copolymer architectures using self-consistent mean field theory. Lynd, N. A.; Oyerokun, F. T.; O’Donoghue, D. L.; Handlin, D.; Fredrickson, G. H. Macromolecules 2010, 43, 3479–3486. [doi]

9. Processing-structure-mechanical property relationships of semicrystalline polyolefin based block copolymers. Deplace, F.; Wang, Z.; Lynd, N. A.; Hotta, A.; Rose, J. M.; Hustad, P. D.; Tian, J.; Ohtaki, H.; Coates, G. W.; Shimizu, F.; Hirokane, K.; Yamada, F.; Shin, Y. W.; Rong, L. X.; Zhu, J.; Toki, S.; Hsiao, B. S.; Fredrickson, G. H.; Kramer, E. J. J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys. 2010, 48. 1428–1437. [doi]

8. Novel polyolefin elastomers prepared by grafting poly(n-butylacrylate) from polyethylene macroinitiators. Schneider, Y.; Lynd, N. A.; Kramer, E. J.; Bazan, G. C. Macromolecules 2009, 42, 8763–8768. [doi]

7. C2-symmetric Ni(II) alpha-diimines featuring cumyl-derived ligands: Synthesis of improved elastomeric 1. regioblock polypropylenes. Rose, J. M; Deplace, F.; Lynd, N. A.; Wang, Z.; Hotta, A.; Lobkovsky, E. B.; Kramer, E. J.; Coates, G. W. Macromolecules 2008, 41, 9548–9555. [doi]

6. Theory of polydisperse block copolymer melts: Beyond the Schulz-Zimm distribution. Lynd, N. A.; Matsen, M. W.; Hillmyer, M. A. Macromolecules 2008, 41, 4531–4533. [doi]

5. Polydispersity and block copolymer self-assembly. Lynd, N. A.; Meuler, A. J.; Hillmyer, M. A. Prog. Polym. Sci. 2008, 33, 875–893. [doi]

4. Renewable resource thermoplastic elastomers based on polylactide and polymenthide. Wanamaker, C. L.; O’Learly, L. E.; Lynd, N. A.; Hillmyer, M. A.; Tolman, W. B. Biomacromolecules 2007, 8, 3634–3640. [doi]

3. The role of polydispersity in the lamellar mesophase of model diblock copolymers. Lynd, N. A.; Hamilton, B. J.; Hillmyer, M. A. J. Poly. Sci. Part B: Poly. Phys. 2007, 45, 3386–3393. [doi]

2. Effects of polydispersity on the order-disorder transition in block copolymer melts. Lynd, N. A.; Hillmyer, M. A. Macromolecules 2007, 40, 8050–8055. [doi]

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