*Denotes corresponding author, Denotes equal contribution, Denotes undergraduate author

40. Reynolds, J.P.; Thompson, T.N.; Pritchard, C.Q.; Schulz, M.D.; Scala, J.J.L.; Bortner, M.B.* “Chemorheological Kinetic Modeling of Uncatalyzed Hydroxyl-Terminated Polybutadiene and Isophorone DiisocyanateMacromol. Mater. Eng. 2024, 2300423. 

39. Matson, J. B.*; Steele, A. Q.; Mase, J. D.; Schulz, M. D.* “Polymer characterization by size-exclusion chromatography with multi-angle light scattering (SEC-MALS): a tutorial reviewPolym. Chem.2024, ASAP.

38. Almuzaini, H. N; Slebodnick, C.; Schulz, M. D* “Exploring the Formation of Copper-Ruthenium Bimetallic Complexes in Olefin Metathesis” Organometallics, 2023, 42, 3429–3433.

36. Archer, W. R.; Chen, T.; Welborn, V. V.; Schulz, M. D.* “Polymer Tacticity Effects in Polymer–Lanthanide Chelation Thermodynamics” Macromolecules. 2023, 56, 9062–9069.

35. Gallagher, C. M. B.; Schulz, M. D.* “Effect of Ionic Strength and Anion Identity on Rare-Earth Element Chelation by Poly(Acrylic Acid)” Macromol. Chem. Phys. 2023, 224.

34. Su, G; Wadsworth, O. J.; Muller, H. S.; Archer, W. R.; Hetts, S. W.; Schulz, M. D.* “Polymer–nucleobase composites for chemotherapy drug capture” J. Mater. Chem. B. 202311, 8449 – 8455.

33. Zhu, Y.; Archer, W. R.; Morales, K. F.; Schulz, M. D.; Wang, Y.; and Matson, J. B.* “Enzyme-triggered chemodynamic therapy via a peptide-H2S donor conjugate with complexed Fe2+” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2023, 62, 22.

32. Welborn, V. V.;* Archer, W. R.; and Schulz, M. D. “Characterizing Ion-Polymer Interactions in Aqueous Environment with Electric Fields J. Chem. Inf. Model. 2023, 63, 2030–2036.

31. Archer, W. R.; Dinges, G. E.; MacNicol, P. L.; and Schulz, M. D.* “Synthesis of bottlebrush polymers based on poly(N-sulfonyl aziridine) macromonomersPolym. Chem. 2022, 13, 6134–6139.

30. Archer, W. R.; Iftekhar, N; Fiorito, A; Winn, S. A.; and Schulz, M. D.* “Synthesis of Phosphonated Polymer Resins for the Extraction of Rare-Earth ElementsACS Appl. Polym. Mater. 2022, 2, 2506–2512.

29. Archer, W. R.; Gallagher, C. M. B.; Welborn, V. V.; and Schulz, M. D.* “Exploring the role of polymer hydrophobicity in polymer–metal binding thermodynamicsPhys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2022, 24, 3570–3585.

28. Archer, W.R.; Thompson, T.N.; and Schulz, M.D.* “Effect of Copolymer Structure on Rare‐Earth‐Element Chelation ThermodynamicsMacromol. Rapid Commun. 2021, 42, 2000614.

27. Hall, B.A.; Shelton, E.B.; Wu, Y.; and Schulz, M.D.* “Synthesis and Post-Polymerization Modification of Poly(arylene ether sulfone)s Containing Pendant Sulfonamide GroupsPolymer 2021, 212, 123186.

26. Bardot, M.I.; and Schulz, M.D.* “Biodegradable Poly(Lactic Acid) Nanocomposites for Fused Deposition Modeling 3D PrintingNanomaterials 2020, 10, 2567–2587.

25. Bianculli, R.H.; Mase, J.D.; and Schulz, M.D.* “Antiviral Polymers: Past Approaches and Future PossibilitiesMacromolecules 2020, 53, 9158–9186. *ACS Editors Choice * Featured on the cover of Macromolecules*

24. Archer, W.R.; and Schulz, M.D.* “Isothermal titration calorimetry: practical approaches and current applications in soft matterSoft Matter 2020, 16, 8760–8774.

23. Liu, T.; Du, Z.*; Wu, X.; Rahman, M.M.; Nordlund, D.; Zhao, K.; Schulz, M.D.; Lin, F.; Wood, D.L.; and Belharouak, I.* “Bulk and surface structural changes in high nickel cathodes subjected to fast charging conditionsChem. Commun. 2020, 56, 6973–6976.

22. Thompson, T.N., Coley, A.S., and Schulz, M.D.* “Synthesis of poly(bicyclohexyldimethylene terephthalate): effect of regioisomer ratios on physical propertiesPolym. Chem. 2020, 11, 2485–2491.

21. Archer, W.R.; Fiorito, A.†‡ ; Heinz-Kunert, S.L.†‡ ; MacNicol, P.L.†‡ ; Winn, S.A.†‡ ; and Schulz, M.D.* “Synthesis and Rare-Earth-Element Chelation Properties of Linear Poly(ethylenimine methylenephosphonate)Macromolecules, 2020, 53, 2061–2068.

20. Archer, W.R.; Hall, B.A.; Thompson, T.N.; Wadsworth, O.J.; and Schulz, M.D.* “Polymer sequestrants for biological and environmental applicationsPolym. Int. 2019, 68, 1220–1237. *Featured on the cover of Polymer International.

19.  Blumenfeld, C.;  Schulz, M. D.;  Aboian, M.; Wilson, M.; Moore, T.; Hetts, S.; Grubbs, R.*  “Drug  capture materials based on genomic DNA functionalized magnetic nanoparticles” Nat. Commun. 20189, 2870.

18. Caire Da Silva, L.; Rojas, G.; Schulz D. M.; Wagener B. K.* “Acyclic diene metathesis polymerization: History, methods and applications” Prog. Polymer Sci. 201769, 79–107.

17. Yee, D.; Schulz, M. D.; Grubbs, R. H.; Greer, J. * “Functionalized 3D architected materials via thiol-Michael addition and two-photon lithography” Adv. Mater. 201729,   1605293.

16. Li, H.,; Caire da Silva, L.; Schulz, M. D.; Rojas, G.; Wagener, K. B.* “A review of how to do an ADMET reaction” PolymInt. 201766, 7–12. *Featured on the cover of Polymer International*

15. Bachler, P. B.; Forry, K. E.; Sparks, C. A.; Schulz, M. D.; Wagener, K. B.; Sumerlin, B. S.* “Modular segmented hyperbranched copolymers” Polym. Chem. 20167, 4155–4159.

14. Çinar, S.; Schulz, M. D.; Oyola-Reynoso, S.; Bwambok, D. K.; Gathiaka, S. M.; Thuo, M.* “Application of Ionic Liquids in Pot-in-Pot reactions” Molecules 201621, 272.

13. Bachler, P.; Schulz, M. D.; Sparks, C.; Sumerlin, B.; Wagener, K. B.* “Aminobisphosphonate Polymers via RAFT and a Multicomponent Kabachnik-Fields Reaction” Macromol. Rapid Commun. 201536, 828–833. *Featured on the cover of Macromolecular Rapid Communications*

12. Schulz, M. D.; Atkinson, M.; Elsey, R.; Thuo, M. M.* “Copper(I) halides inhibit olefin isomerized byproducts from phosphine-based Grubbs’ metathesis catalysts in polar protic solvents” Transition Metal Chemistry 201439, 763–767.

11. Popwell, S.; Schulz, M. D.; Wagener, K. B.; Batich, C. D.; Milner, R. J.; Lagmay, J.; Bolch, W. E.* “Synthesis of Polymeric Phosphonates for Selective Delivery of Radionuclides to Oseosarcoma” Cancer Biotherapy & Radiopharmaceutics 201429, 273–282.

10. Schulz, M. D.; Wagener, K. B.* “Precision Polymers through ADMET Chemistry” Macromol. Chem. Phys. 2014215, 1936–1945. *Featured on the cover of Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics*  

9. Sauty, N.; Caire da Silva, L.; Schulz, M. D.; Few, C. S.; Wagener, K. B.* “Acyclic diene metathesis polymerization and precision polymers” Petrochem. Res. 20144, 225–233.

8. Schulz, M. D.; Sauty, N.; Wagener, K. B. *“Morphology control in precision polyolefins” Petrochem. Res. 20145, 3–8.

7. Schulz, M. D.; Ford, R. R.; Wagener, K. B.* “Insertion Metathesis Depolymerization.” Polym.Chem. 20134, 3656–3658.

6. Atallah, P.; Wagener, K. B.; Schulz, M. D. *“ADMET: The Future Revealed” Macromolecules 201346, 4735–4741. *Featured on the cover of Macromolecules

5. Thuo, M. M.; Reus, W.; Kim, C.; Schulz, M. D.; Whitesides, G. M.* “Replacing -CH2CH2-with –CONH- does not significantly change rates of charge transport through AgTS-SAM//Ga2O3/EGaIn Junctions” JAm. Chem. Soc. 2012134, 10876–10884.

4. Schulz, M. D.; Wagener, K. B.* “Solvent Effects in Alternating ADMET Polymerization.” ACS Macro Letters 20121, 449–451.

3. Thuo, M. M.; Reus, W. F.; Nijhuis, C. A.; Barber, J. R., Kim; Schulz, M. D.; Whitesides, G. M.* “Odd-Even Effects in Charge Transport Across Self-Assembled Monolayers.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2011133, 2962–2975.

2. Mwangi, T.; Schulz, M. D.; Bowden, N. B.* “Sequential Reactions with Grubbs’ Catalyst and AD-MIX (α/β) using PDMS Thimbles.” Org. Lett. 2009, 11, 33–36.

1. Mwangi, T.; Runge M. B.; Hoak, K. M.; Schulz, M. D.; Bowden, N. B.* “A Materials Approach to Solving Problems in Organic Synthesis.” Chem. – Eur. J. 200814, 6780–6788.

Book Chapters

2. Schulz, M. D., Wagener, K. B. “ADMET Polymerization” in Handbook of Metathesis: Metathesis Polymerization (ed. R. H. Grubbs), Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH, Weinheim, Germany, 2015, p. 313-355.

1. Caire da Silva, L.; Sauty, N. F.; Thompson, D.; Gaines, T. W.; Schulz, M. D.; Wagener, K. B. “Metathesis Polymerization-ADMET” in Encyclopedia of Polymeric Nanomaterials, Kobayashi and K. Müllen, Eds., Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2015.


8. Blumenfeld, C. M., Schulz, M. D., Grubbs, R. H. “Magnetic devices containing DNA-functionalized iron oxide for drug capture.” Provisional patent filed 23 February 2017. CIT-7715-P.

7. Blumenfeld, C. M., Schulz, M. D., Yee, D. W., Grubbs, R. H., Greer, J. R. “Drug-capture materials based on genomic DNA-functionalized architected structures fabricated via laser-induced photopolymerization.” Provisional patent filed 26 September 2016. CIT-7619- P.

6. Schulz, M. D., Blumenfeld, C. M., Grubbs, R. H. “Drug-capture materials based on genomic DNA-functionalized nano-scaffolds.” Provision patent filed 07 September 2016. CIT-7606-P.

5. Schwartz, D. M., Grubbs, R. H., Blumenfeld, C. M., Schulz, M. D. “Treatment for Myopia using Near Infrared Light and activation through the Pupil.” Provisional patent filed 06 June 2016. CIT-7203- P2.

4. Yee, D. W., Schulz, M. D., Grubbs, R. H., Greer, J. R. “Facile Method of Fabricating Functionalized Two-Photon Polymerized Three-Dimensional Structures and resulting Composition of Matter Materials.” Provisional patent filed 09 March 2016. CIT-7467- P.

3. Wagener, K. B., Schulz, M. D. “Metathesis depolymerization using acrylates.” International Patent Application No. PCT/US2013/055847; filed 20 August 2013; Published 27 February 2014 under publication number WO 2014/031677. Issued 09 August 2016; US Patent 9,409,850.

2. Wagener, K. B., Schulz, M. D., Sumerlin, B. S., Batich, C. D., Sparks, C. S., Bolch, W. E., Milner, R., Smith, S., Kwan, M., Bachler, P. “Amino-bis- phosphonate-containing polymers via RAFT polymerization.” Provisional patent filed 13 March 2014. Application No. 61/952,681.

1. Schulz, M. D., Wagener, K. B., Sumerlin, B. S., Batich, C. D., Sparks, C. S., Bolch, W. E., Milner, R., Smith, S., Kwan, M., Bachler, P., Popwell, S. “Polymeric metal chelators based on linear polyethyleneimine.” Provisional patent filed 18 November 2014. Application No. 62/081,049.