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Chemistry - List of Famous Chemists A, B, C

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z

 

A

    Emil Abderhalden, (1877–1950), Swiss chemist

    Richard Abegg, (1869–1910), German chemist

    Frederick Abel, (1827–1902), English chemist

    Peter Agre, (1949-), American chemist and doctor, 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Georg Agricola, (1494–1555), German scholar known as "the father of mineralogy"

    Arthur Aikin, (1773–1855), English chemist and mineralogist

    Adrien Albert, (1907–1989), Australian Medicinal Chemist

    Kurt Alder, (1902–1958), German chemist, 1950 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Sidney Altman, (1939-), 1989 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Christian B. Anfinsen, (1916–1995), 1972 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Johan August Arfwedson, (1792–1841), Swedish chemist

    Anton Eduard van Arkel, (1893–1976), Dutch chemist

    Svante Arrhenius, (1859–1927), Swedish chemist, one of the founders of physical chemistry

    Francis William Aston, (1877–1945), 1922 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Amedeo Avogadro,(1776–1856), Italian chemist and physicist

B

    Leo Baekeland, (1863–1944), Belgian-American chemist

    Adolf von Baeyer, (1835–1917), German chemist, 1905 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Hendrik Willem Bakhuis Roozeboom, (1854–1907), Dutch chemist

    Neil Bartlett, (born 1932), English/Canadian/American chemist

    Sir Derek Barton, (1918–1998), 1969 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Antoine Baum, (1728–1804), French chemist

    Karl Bayer, (1847–1904), Austrian chemist

    Friedrich Konrad Beilstein, (1838–1906), German-Russian chemist, created Beilstein
    Database

    Irina Beletskaya, (born 1933), Russian organometallic chemist

    Francesco Bellini (1947– ), research scientist, doctor in organic chemistry

    Paul Berg, (born 1926), 1980 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Friedrich Bergius, (1884–1949), 1931 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Marcellin Berthelot, (1827–1907), French chemist

    Claude Louis Berthollet, (1748–1822), French chemist

    Jöns Jakob Berzelius, (1779–1848), Swedish chemist

    Johannes Martin Bijvoet, (1892–1980), Dutch chemist and crystallographer

    Joseph Black, (1728–1799), chemist

    Dale L. Boger, (born 1953), American organic and medicinal chemist

    Paul Emile Lecoq de Boisbaudran, (1838–1912), French chemist

    Jan Boldingh, (1915–2003), Dutch chemist

    Alexander Borodin, (1833–1887), Russian chemist & composer

    Hans-Joachim Born, German radiochemist

    Carl Bosch, (1872–1940), German chemist

    Paul D. Boyer, (born 1918), 1997 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Robert Boyle, (1627–1691), Irish pioneer of modern chemistry

    Henri Braconnot, (1780–1855), French chemist and pharmacist

    Johannes Nicolaus Brønsted, (1879–1947), Danish chemist

    Herbert C. Brown, (1912–2004), 1979 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Eduard Buchner, (1860–1917), 1907 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Robert Wilhelm Bunsen, (1811–1899), German inventor, chemist

    Adolf Butenandt, (1903–1995), 1939 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Aleksandr Butlerov, (1828–1886), Russian chemist

 

C

    Melvin Calvin, (1911–1997), American chemist, winner of 1961 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Georg Ludwig Carius, (1829–1875), German chemist

    Heinrich Caro, (1834–1910), German chemist

    Wallace Carothers, (1896–1937), American chemist
    Henry Cavendish, (1731–1810), British scientist

    Thomas Cech, (born 1947), 1989 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Martin Chalfie, (born 1947), 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Yves Chauvin, (born 1930), 2005 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Aaron Ciechanover, (born 1947), 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Ernst Cohen, (1869–1944), Dutch chemist (murdered in Auschwitz)

    Elias James Corey, (born 1928), American organic chemist, winner of the 1990 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Robert Corey (1897 – 1971), Amercan biochemist

    John Cornforth, (born 1917), Australian winner of the 1975 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    James Crafts, (1839–1917), American chemist, developer of Friedel-Crafts reaction

    Donald J. Cram, (1919 – 2001), American chemist, winner of the 1987 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Paul J. Crutzen, (1933), Dutch chemist, winner of the 1995 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Marie Curie, (1867–1934), Polish-born French radiation physicist, 1903 Nobel Prize in
    Physics, 1911 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Pierre Curie, (1859–1906), 1903 Nobel Prize in Physics

    Robert Curl, (born 1933), winner of 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    Theodor Curtius, (1857–1928), German chemist

 

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