The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Joint Institute for Advanced Materials

Mark Dadmun

Mark Dadmun

Department of Chemistry

PhD, Polymer Science and Engineering
University of Massachusetts

Research Bio

Research Interests

  • Polymer blends and nanocomposites; neutron scattering studies of polymer interfaces

Selected Publications

S. V. Kalinin, S. Jesse, A. Tselev, A. P. Baddorf, N. Balke, “The Role of Electrochemical Phenomena in Scanning Probe Microscopy of J. Alonzo, Z. Huang, M. Liu, J. W. Mays, R. G. Toomey, M. D. Dadmun, S. M. Kilbey “Looped Polymer Brushes Formed by Self Assembly of Poly(2-vinylpyridine)-polystyrene-poly(2-vinylpyridine) Triblock Copolymers at the Solid-Fluid Interface. 1. Kinetics of Preferential Adsorption” Macromolecules, In Press

S.Y. Kamath, M.D. Dadmun “The Effect of Copolymer Composition on the Dynamics of Random Copolymers in a Homopolymer Matrix”, J. Chem. Phys., 125, 094902 (2006) [Chosen for joint publication in Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research, Sept. 15, 2006]

N. J. Crawford, M. D. Dadmun, T.J. Bunning, L.V. Natarajan “Time-Resolved Light Scattering of the Phase Separation in PDLC’s Formed by Photo-polymerization Induced Phase Separation” Polymer, 47, 6311-6321 (2006).

A. Rasheed, M.D. Dadmun, P.F. Britt, “Polymer-Nanofiber Composites: Enhancing Composite Properties by Nanofiber Oxidation” J. Poly. Sci.: Poly. Phys., in Press

R. Mehta, M.D. Dadmun “Small Angle Neutron Scattering Studies on Miscible Blends of Poly (Styrene-ran-Vinyl Phenol) with Liquid Crystalline Polyurethane” Macromolecules, In Press.

K.S. Mriziq, M.D. Dadmun, H.D. Cochran “Rheology and Birefringence of Fomblin YR at Very High Shear Rates”, Rheol. Acta, Submitted

Contact Information

Mark Dadmun
323 Buehler Hall
University of Tennesse
Knoxville, TN 37996-1600




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