List of chemists


List of chemists

This is a list of famous chemists: (alphabetical order)

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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
*Arthur Aikin, (1773–1855), English chemist and mineralogist
*Adrien Albert, (1907–1989), Australian Medicinal Chemist
*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
*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
*Robert Barefoot, (born 1944) Canadian/American chemist, author, lecturer
*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
*Irina Beletskaya, (born 1933), Russian organometallic chemist
*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
*Robert Boyle, (1627–1691), Irish pioneer of modern chemistry
*Henri Braconnot, (1780–1855), French chemist and pharmacist
*Johannes Nicolaus Brønsted, (1879–1947), Danish chemist
*Eduard Buchner, (1860–1917), 1907 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Robert Wilhelm Bunsen, (1811–1899), German inventor, chemist
*Aleksandr Butlerov, (1828–1886), Russian chemist
*Francesco Bellini (1947– ), research scientist, doctor in organic chemistry

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
*Yves Chauvin, (born 1930), 2005 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
*John Cornforth, (born 1917), Australian winner of the 1975 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*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
*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

D

*John Dalton, (1766–1844), physicist and pioneer of the atomic theory
*Carl Peter Henrik Dam, (1895–1976), Danish biochemist, winner of the 1943 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
*Samuel J. Danishefsky, (born 1936), American organic chemist, natural product Total synthesis
*Raymond Davis, Jr., (1914–2006), American physical chemist
*Humphry Davy, (1778–1829)
*Peter Debye, (1884–1966), Dutch chemist, winner of the 1936 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Sir James Dewar, (1842–1923)
*François Diederich, (born 1952), Luxembourg chemist
*Otto Diels, (1876–1954), German chemist, winner of the 1950 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
* Edward Doisy, (1893– 1986), American biochemist, winner of the 1943 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
*Davorin Dolar, (1921–2005), chemist from Univ. of Ljubljana
*Emmanuel Dongala, Congolese chemist and novelist
*David Adriaan van Dorp, (1915–1995), Dutch chemist
*Cornelius Drebbel, (1572–1633), Dutch inventor, alchemist and chemist
*Jean Baptiste Dumas, (1800–1884), French chemist

E

*Paul Ehrlich, (1854–1915), German chemist, winner of the 1908 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
*Arthur Eichengrün, (1867–1949)
*Manfred Eigen, (born 1927), German chemist, winner of the 1967 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Fausto Elhuyar, (1755–1833), Spanish chemist, discoverer of tungsten
*Emil Erlenmeyer, (1825–1909), German chemist
*Richard R. Ernst, (born 1933), 1991 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Hans von Euler-Chelpin, (1873–1964), Swedish chemist, winner of the 1929 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Henry Eyring, (1901–1981), Mexican-American theoretical chemist
*Gerhard Ertl, (10 October) Nobel prize for chemistry 2007

F

*Kazimierz Fajans, (1887–1975), Polish-American physical chemist
*Michael Faraday (1791–1867), scientist
*Hermann von Fehling, (1812–1885), German chemist
*Emil Fischer (1852–1919), 1902 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, not to be confused with:
*Franz Joseph Emil Fischer (1877–1947)
*Ernst Gottfried Fischer (1754–1831), German chemist
*Ernst Otto Fischer (1918–2007), German chemist, 1973 Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner
*Hans Fischer (1881–1945), German organic chemist, 1930 Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner
*Nicolas Flamel, French alchemist
*Rosalind Franklin (1920–1958), British Chemist and Crystallographer
*Carl Remigius Fresenius (1818–1897), German chemist
*Wilhelm Fresenius (1913–2004), German chemist, great-grandson of Carl
*Alexander Naumovich Frumkin (1895–1976), electrochemist and chemist

G

*Johan Gadolin, (1760–1852), Finnish chemist
*Merrill Garnett, (born 1930), American biochemist
*Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac, (1778–1850), French chemist and physicist
*Josiah Willard Gibbs (1839 – 1903), American engineer, chemist and physicist
*Johann Rudolf Glauber, (1604–1670), Dutch-German alchemist and chemist
*Victor Goldschmidt, (1888–1947) Father of Modern Geochemistry
*Ljubo Golic, (born 1932), chemist.
*David van Goorle also called Gorlaeus, (1591–1612), Dutch chemist
*Thomas Graham, (1805–1869),
*Francois Auguste Victor Grignard, (1871–1935), 1912 Nobel Prize in Chemistry corecipient
*Robert H. Grubbs, (born 1942), 2005 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

H

*Fritz Haber, (1868–1934) 1918 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Otto Hahn, (1879–1968) 1944 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*John Scott Haldane,(1860–1936), British biochemist
*Charles Martin Hall, (1863–1914), American chemist
*Arthur Harden, (1865–1940), English biochemist and winner of the shared Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1929
*Odd Hassel, (1897–1981), Norwegian chemist 1969 Nobel Prize in chemistry
*Charles Hatchett, (1765–1847), English chemist who discovered niobium
*Robert Havemann, (1910–1982), chemist.
*Clayton Heathcock, American Chemist
*Dudley R. Herschbach, (1932-), American chemist, 1986 Nobel Prize in chemistry
*Charles Herty, American Chemist
*Gerhard Herzberg, (1904–1999), German-Canadian chemist, 1971 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Germain Henri Hess, (1802–1850), Swiss-born Russian chemist
*György von Hevesy, George de Hevesy, (1885–1966), Hungarian born chemist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in chemistry 1943
*Jaroslav Heyrovský, (1890–1967), Czech chemist, 1959 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Cyril Norman Hinshelwood, (1897–1967), English physical chemist and winner of the shared Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1956
*Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff, (1852–1911), Dutch physical chemist, 1901 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Friedrich Hoffmann, (1660–1742), physician and chemist
*Roald Hoffmann, (born 1937), Polish-born American chemist, 1981 Nobel Prize in chemistry
*Albert Hofmann, (1906-2008), Swiss chemist, synthesized Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD)
*August Wilhelm von Hofmann, (1818–1892) German organic chemist
*Heinrich Hubert Maria Josef Houben, (1875–1940) German organic chemist
*Coenraad Johannes van Houten, (1801–1887), Dutch chemist and chocolate maker, invented cocoa powder
*Amir H. Hoveyda, US-based chemist working in asymmetric catalysis

I

* Sir Christopher Kelk Ingold (1893–1970), English chemist

J

* Paul Janssen (1926–2003), Belgian founder of Janssen Pharmaceutica.
* Frédéric Joliot-Curie (1900–1958), French chemist and physicist
* Irène Joliot-Curie (1897–1956), French chemist and physicist

K

*Paul Karrer, (1889–1971), 1937 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Karl Wilhelm Gottlob Kastner (1783–1857)
*August Kekulé, (1829–1896), German organic chemist
*Petrus Jacobus Kipp, (1808–1864), Dutch chemist, inventor of Kipp-generator
*Martin Heinrich Klaproth, (1743–1817), German chemist
*Trevor Kletz (born 1922) British promoter of industrial safety
*Aaron Klug, (born in 1926), winner of the 1982 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Emil Knoevenagel, (1865–1921)
*Walter Kohn, (born 1923), 1998 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
*Adolph Wilhelm Hermann Kolbe, (1818–1884)
*Izaak Kolthoff, (1894–1993), Dutch-American chemist, the "Father of Analytical Chemistry"
*Else Kooi, (1932–2001), Dutch chemist, developed isolation for MOS-transistors
*Aleksandra Kornhauser, (born 1926), chemist.
*Harold Kroto, (born 1939), English chemist, 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Richard Kuhn (1900–1967), 1938 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

L

*Irving Langmuir, (1881–1957), chemist, physicist
*Paul Lauterbur, (1929–2007), American chemist
*Antoine Lavoisier, (1743–1794), French pioneer chemist
*Nicolas Leblanc, (1742–1806), French chemist and surgeon
*Henri Louis Le Chatelier, (1850–1936)
*Eun Lee, (born 1946), Korean organic chemist
*Yuan T. Lee, (born 1936), winner of 1986 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Jean-Marie Lehn, (born 1939), French chemist, shared 1987 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Luis Federico Leloir, (1906–1987), Argentine biochemist and winner of the 1970 Nobel Prize
*Janez Levec, (born 1943), chemist.
*Primo Levi, (1919–1987), resistance fighter, chemist and novelist
*Gilbert Newton Lewis, (1875–1946), American chemist and first Dean of the Berkeley College of Chemistry
*Andreas Libavius, (1555–1616), German doctor and chemist
*Willard Libby (1908–1980), American chemist, winner of 1960 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Justus von Liebig, (1803–1873), German inventor
*Teunis van der Linden, (1884–1965), Dutch chemist, developed insecticide lindane
*Joseph Lister, 1st Baron Lister, (1827–1912), English surgeon
*H. Christopher Longuet-Higgins, British Chemist
*Martin Lowry, (1874–1936), British chemist
*Ignacy Łukasiewicz, (1802–1882), Polish pharmacist

M

*Carolina Henriette Mac Gillavry, (1904–1993), Dutch chemist and crystallographer
*Pierre Macquer, (1718–1784), influential French chemist
*Vladimir Vasilevich Markovnikov, (1838–1904)
*Alan G. Marshall, American chemist, co-inventor of Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance (FT-ICR) mass spectrometry
*Martinus van Marum, (1750–1837), Dutch chemist
*Lise Meitner, (1878–1968), German physicist
*Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev, (1834–1907), chemist, creator of the Periodic Table of Elements
*John Mercer, (1791–1866), chemist and industrialist
*Robert Bruce Merrifield, (1921–2006), solid-phase chemist
*Lothar Meyer, (1830–1895), not to be confused with :
*Viktor Meyer, (1848–1897)
*August Michaelis (1847&ndash1916), German chemist
*Stanley Miller (born 1930), American chemist, best known for the Miller-Urey experiment
*Luis E. Miramontes (1925–2004), co-inventor of the combined oral contraceptive pill
*William A. Mitchell, (1911–2004), key inventor behind Pop Rocks, Tang, and Kool Whip
*Alexander Mitscherlic, (1836–1918), chemist
*Henri Moissan, (1852–1907), French chemist and the winner of the 1906 Nobel Prize
*Jacques Monod, (1910–1976), biochemist, winner of Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1965
*Peter Moore (born 1939), American biochemist, Sterling Professor of Chemistry at Yale University
*Henry Gwyn Jeffreys Moseley (1887-1915), English physicist, discovered Moseley's law
*Gerardus Johannes Mulder, (1802–1880), Dutch organic chemist
*Robert S. Mulliken, (1896–1986), American physicist, chemist

N

*Robert Nalbandyan, (1937–2002), Armenian protein chemist
*Giulio Natta, (1903–1979), Italian chemist, 1963 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Costin Nenitescu, (1902–1970), Romanian chemist
*Antonio Neri, (1500s–1614), Florentine chemist and glassmaker
*Walther Nernst, (1864–1941), German chemist
*John Alexander Reina Newlands, (1837–1898), English analytical chemist
*William Nicholson, (1753–1815), English chemist
*Kyriacos Costa Nicolaou, American chemist
*Alfred Nobel, (1833-1896), Swedish chemist
*Ralph Nuzzo, American chemist and materials scientist

O

*George Andrew Olah, (born 1927), 1994 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Lars Onsager, (1903–1976), physical chemist, 1968 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Luitzen Johannes Oosterhoff, (1907–1974), Dutch chemist
*Wilhelm Ostwald, (1853–1932), 1909 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

P

*Paracelsus, (1493–1541), alchemist
*Rudolph Pariser, (born 1923), theoretical and organic chemist
*Robert G. Parr, (born 1921), theoretical chemist
*Louis Pasteur, (1822–1895), French biochemist
*Linus Pauling, (1901–1994), Nobel Prizes in chemistry and peace
*Eugène-Melchior Péligot, (1811-1890) French chemist who isolated the uranium metal
*William Henry Perkin, (1838–1907) British organic chemist and inventor of mauveine (dye)
*William Henry Perkin, Jr., (1860–1929) British organic chemist, son of Sir William Henry Perkin
*David Andrew Phoenix, (born 1966), Biochemist
*Roy J. Plunkett, (1910–1994), discoverer of Teflon
*John Charles Polanyi, (born 1929), Canadian chemist, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1986.
*John A. Pople, (1925–2004), theoretical chemist, 1998 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Fritz Pregl, (1869–1930), chemist, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1923.

*Vladimir Prelog, (1906–1998), 1975 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Joseph Priestley, (1733–1804)
*Ilya Prigogine, (1917–2003), 1977 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Q

*Ğilem Qamay (1901–1970), Soviet chemist

R

*William Ramsay, (1852–1916), Scottish chemist
*Henry Rapoport, American chemist, UC Berkeley
*William Sage Rapson, South African Chemist and co-author of Gold Usage
*Julius Rebek, (1944), Hungarian_American chemist.
*Marij Rebek, chemist.
*Jan Reedijk, (1943), Dutch inorganic chemist
*Henri Victor Regnault (1810–1878), French chemist and physicist
*Tadeus Reichstein, (1897–1996), chemist, 1950 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
*Rhazes (Razi), (865–925)
*Stuart A. Rice, (born 1932), physical chemist
*Wim Richter, South Africa
*Ellen Swallow Richards, (1842–1911), industrial and environmental chemist.
*Jeremias Benjamin Richter, (1762–1807), German chemist
*Nikolaus Riehl, Germany (1901–1990)
*Andrés Manuel del Río, (1764–1849), Spanish-Mexican geochemist, discovered vanadium
*Robert Robinson (1886-1975), Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Guillaume-François Rouelle, (1703–1770), French chemist
*Hillar Rootare (1928) Estonian-American Physical Chemist
*H. M. Rouell, (1718–1779), French chemist
*Daniel Rutherford, (1749–1819), Scottish chemist
*Ernest Rutherford, (1871 – 1937), New Zealand born chemist and nuclear physicist. Discovered the Proton. Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1908
*Leopold Ruzicka (Lavoslav Ružička) , (1887–1976), 1939 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

*Paul Sabatier, (1854–1941), 1912 Nobel Prize in Chemistry corecipient
*Maks Samec, (1844–1889), Slovenian chemist.
*Carl Wilhelm Scheele, (1742–1786), Swedish 18th century chemist, discovered numerous elements
*Stuart L. Schreiber, (born 1956), American chemist, a pioneer in a field of chemical biology
*Richard R. Schrock, (born 1945), 2005 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Glenn T. Seaborg, (1912–1999), 1951 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Nils Gabriel Sefström, (1787–1845), chemist.
*Francesco Selmi, (1817–1881), Italian chemist.
*Nikolay Nikolayevich Semyonov, (1896–1986), physicist and chemist, 1956 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Israel Shahak, (1933–2001)
*K. Barry Sharpless, (born 1941), 2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Patsy O. Sherman (born 1930), 12 US Patents
*Alexander Shulgin, (born 1925), Pioneer researcher in Psychopharmacology and Entheogens
*Peter Schultz, American chemist
*Salimuzzaman Siddiqui, (1897–1994), Pakistani chemist, pioneer in natural products chemistry
*Oktay Sinanoglu, (born 1935), Turkish chemist
*Ascanio Sobrero, (1812–1888), Italian chemist, discoverer of nitroglycerin
*Frederick Soddy, (1877–1956), British chemist, 1921 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Susan Solomon, American atmospheric chemist
*Ernest Solvay, (1838–1922), Belgian chemist and industrialist
*S.P.L. Sørensen, (1868–1939), Danish chemist
*Wendell Meredith Stanley, (1904–1971), 1946 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Branko Stanovnik, (born 1938), chemist.
*Hermann Staudinger, (1881–1965), polymer chemist, 1953 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Alfred Stock, (1876–1946)
*Fraser Stoddart, (born 1945), Scottish chemist, a pioneer in the field of the mechanical bond
*Gilbert Stork
*Theodor Svedberg, (1884–1971), 1926 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Joseph Swan, (1828–1914), English physicist, chemist & inventor

T

*Dr Alethea Tabor, Chemical Biologist
*Henry Taube, (1915-2005), 1983 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Richard Taylor, (1965-), Professor of Organic Chemistry, University of York
*Miha Tisler, (born 1926), chemist.

U

*Harold Clayton Urey, (1893–1981), 1934 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

V

*Lauri Vaska, (born 1925), Estonian/American chemist
*Evert Johannes Willem Verweij, (1905–1981), Dutch chemist
*Artturi Ilmari Virtanen, (1895–1973), chemist, Nobel Prize laureate
*Milos Vujic Serbian chemist
*Max Volmer, Germany (1885–1965)
*Alessandro Volta, (1745–1827), electrochemist, Invented the Voltaic Cell

W

*Johannes Diderik van der Waals, (1837–1923)
*Sir James Walker (1863–1935), Scottish physical chemist
*John E. Walker, (born 1941), 1997 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Alfred Werner, (1866–1919), 1913 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Peter Jaffrey Wheatley (1921–1997)
*George M. Whitesides, (born 1939), American chemist
*Heinrich Otto Wieland (1877–1957) German chemist 1927 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Harvey W. Wiley, (1844–1930), US chemist, Pure food & drug advocate
*Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson, (1921–1996), 1973 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Günter Wirths, Germany
*Friedrich Wöhler, (1800–1882), German chemist
*William Hyde Wollaston, (1766–1828), English chemist
*Robert B. Woodward (1917–1979), 1965 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
*Charles-Adolphe Wurtz, (1817–1884)
*Kurt Wüthrich, (born 1938), 2002 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

X

*Xiaoliang Sunney Xie (born 1962), Chinese chemist at Harvard University. Famous for his pioneering work in Single Molecule Microscopy and CARS (Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy) microscopy.

Y

*Sabir Yunusov (1909–1995), Soviet chemist (alkaloids)

Z

*Ahmed H. Zewail (born 1946), Egyptian, 1999 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on femtochemistry.

ee also

*List of biochemists


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