Mark R. Yarolimek

Mark got his B.S. in Chemistry at Appalachian State University in 2015. He joined the lab in Fall of 2015 and his research is focused on stereochemical effects of biomass-based feedstocks on the properties of sustainable plastics. Mark grew up in a military family and has lived all over enjoying mountains, beaches, cities, nature, bitter cold, and scorching heat.

Feel free to offer a career or post-doc and your state could be the next in a long list of residences! . 

  • Williams, Z. H.; Burwell, E. D.; Chiomento, A. E.; Demsko, K. J.; Pawlik, J. T.; Harris, S. O.; Yarolimek M. R.; Whitney, M. B.; Hambourger M.*; Schwab A. D. Rubber-elasticity and electrochemical activity or iron(II) tris(bipyridine) crosslinked poly(dimethylsiloxane) networks. Soft Matter, 2017, 13,6452.

  • Yarolimek M. R.; Kennemur J. G.* Exploration of mandelic acidā€based polymethacrylates: Synthesis, properties, and stereochemical effects. J. Polym. Sci.202058, 3349-3357

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

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