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List of chemists



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

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Contents: Top - 0–9 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

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  • 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
  • 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

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

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  • 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
  • Kurt Heinrich Meyer
  • Lothar Meyer, (1830–1895), not to be confused with :
  • Viktor Meyer, (1848–1897)
  • 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

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  • Ğilem Qamay (1901–1970), Soviet chemist

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

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  • 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.

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

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See also

 
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