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  1. A chemist is a scientist trained in the science of chemistry.
  2. A chemist is a highly skilled person.


  1. Chemists are challenged, excited and satisfied with the profession in which the majority spend their entire careers. (Web site)
  2. Chemists are employed in all parts of the country, but they are mainly concentrated in large industrial areas. (Web site)
  3. Chemists are free to trade off safety against other interests. (Web site)
  4. Chemists are vigorously pursuing all three polymer types for drug development. (Web site)
  5. Chemists are indispensable in the production of illegal drugs, said Sr. (Web site)

Physical Chemistry

  1. Physical chemistry is the study of the physical and fundamental basis of chemical systems and processes.
  2. Physical Chemistry is the study of laws, theories and principles that govern the transformation of matter.
  3. Physical Chemistry: The pitiful attempt to apply y=mx+b to everything in the universe. (Web site)
  4. Physical chemistry is a distinct discipline from chemical physics.
  5. Physical chemistry is the study of the physical basis of chemical systems and processes.

Organic Chemists

  1. When Bolton returned from Germany in 1915 he discovered American organic chemists struggling to develop methods for manufacturing these compounds.
  2. Organic chemists study the chemistry of the vast number of carbon compounds that make up all living things. (Web site)
  3. It is useful for organic chemists working in the field of asymmetric catalysis in academia or the pharmaceutical and agrochemical industries.

Swedish Chemists

  1. It was independently isolated from cleveite the same year by Swedish chemists Per Teodor Cleve and Abraham Langlet in Uppsala in Sweden. (Web site)
  2. Two Swedish chemists, Nils Langlet and Per Theodor Cleve, independently found helium in clevite at about the same time as Ramsay. (Web site)

Physical Chemists

  1. In particular, the energetics and dynamics of such systems and processes are of interest to physical chemists.
  2. Many physical chemists specialize in exploring and proposing the mechanisms of various chemical reactions.
  3. During the following ten years in Berlin, Polanyi established himself as one of Germany's leading physical chemists. (Web site)

Svante Arrhenius

  1. Ostwald, Jacobus Henricus van `t Hoff, and Svante Arrhenius are usually credited with being the modern founders of the field of physical chemistry. (Web site)
  2. Haber's colleague and friend Hans Luggin, a former student of Svante Arrhenius, acted as catalyst. (Web site)
  3. At the time of Dr. Alyea's arrival, Svante Arrhenius was already 66 years old, and the bulk of his research had been completed. (Web site)

Richard Smalley

  1. RICHARD SMALLEY: One of the beauties of bucky tubes is that every carbon atom there is on the surface. (Web site)
  2. RICHARD SMALLEY: The consistency you get depends on how the reactor is operating and how tightly packed this material has been. (Web site)
  3. RICHARD SMALLEY: The hydrogen storage problem, uh, challenge is, is huge. (Web site)

Owsley Stanley

  1. Owsley Stanley was the first underground chemist to mass produced high-quality LSD in the 1960s.

Peter Debye

  1. In the Spring of 1948 Peter Debye, then chairman of the chemistry department at Cornell University, invited Flory to give the annual Baker Lectures.
  2. Although his son already was in the US before he departed, Peter Debye's 19 year old daughter and sister-in-law did not leave. (Web site)
  3. At Aachen he studied under the theoretical physicist Arnold Sommerfeld, who later claimed that his most important discovery was Peter Debye. (Web site)

Susan Solomon

  1. Susan Solomon (born 1956 in Chicago) is an atmospheric chemist working for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
  2. Susan Solomon, one of the report's lead authors, said there was no published research that quantified this effect, and so it was not included. (Web site)
  3. You---re atmospheric chemist Susan Solomon, who thinks CFCs are responsible for the hole in the ozone layer, but you need to prove it.

Roger Adams

  1. Roger Adams is a 50-year-old inventor who struck it rich his first time out.


  1. Seaborg was one of the most revered chemists in the world. (Web site)
  2. Seaborg was perhaps best known for his role in the discovery of plutonium. (Web site)
  3. Seaborg was a prolific author, penning more than 50 books and 500 journal articles, often in collaboration with others.
  4. Seaborg was an avid hiker.
  5. Seaborg was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1948.

Wallace Carothers

  1. Wallace Carothers was 32 years old when he was appointed director of Du Pont Corporation's research center. (Web site)
  2. Wallace Carothers was the oldest of four siblings.

Wilhelm Ostwald

  1. Wilhelm Ostwald was born on September 2, 1853, in Riga, Latvia, as the second son of master-cooper Gottfried Wilhelm Ostwald and Elisabith Leuckel.


  1. Nernst was a vocal critic of Adolf Hitler and Nazism, and he had two daughters who married Jews. (Web site)
  2. Nernst was born in Briesen in West Prussia (now W--brze--no in Poland). (Web site)


  1. Noyes was the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the American Chemical Society from 1902 to 1917.
  2. Noyes was devoted to the idea that students should learn the principles of science by solving problems. (Web site)
  3. Noyes was revising his textbook on qualitative analysis and solicited Swift’s help in testing the experimental procedures being used in the book.
  4. Noyes was the youngest son of Spencer W. Noyes and Mary Noyes, and was born on their farm.

Linus Pauling

  1. Linus Pauling is a former featured article.
  2. Linus Pauling is a member of numerous professional societies in the U.S.A. as well as in many European countries, India, Japan and Chile. (Web site)
  3. Linus Pauling is one of only two people to have been awarded a Nobel Prize in more than one field, the other being Marie Curie.
  4. Linus Pauling is the only person ever to win two unshared Nobel Prizes. (Web site)
  5. Linus Pauling is the only person to win two unshared Nobel prizes.


  1. Remsen was born in New York City and earned an MD from the College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1867 to please his parents.
  2. Remsen was born in New York City on February 10, 1846, into a family that traced its lineage back to seventeenth-century Dutch colonial settlers. (Web site)

Antoine Lavoisier

  1. Antoine Lavoisier gave the element its name and proved that water is composed of hydrogen and oxygen.
  2. L'uomo che fece questo lavoro fu Antoine Lavoisier, il quale demol-- la teoria del flogisto con la sua legge di conservazione della massa nel 1789.
  3. Nitrogen gas was inert enough that Antoine Lavoisier referred to it as azote, from the Greek word ------------ meaning "lifeless". (Web site)

Melvin Calvin

  1. MELVIN CALVIN for his research on the carbon dioxide assimilation in plants.
  2. For more information on Melvin Calvin, visit (Web site)
  3. Melvin Calvin won 1961 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for his discovery of the chemical pathways of photosynthesis. (Web site)


  1. Lavoisier was actually one of the few liberals in his position. (Web site)
  2. Lavoisier was an excellent discoverer because he was quick to see the significance of new findings. (Web site)
  3. Lavoisier was extremely proficient with regards to the fourth generalization of finding the right combination of flexibility and stubbornness. (Web site)
  4. Lavoisier was politically liberal and shared many of the ideas of the philosophes. (Web site)
  5. Lavoisier was writing a memoir on this subject when he realized the problem with this logic. (Web site)


  1. Langmuir was greatly influenced by his brother, Arthur, a research chemist who encouraged Irving's curious nature.
  2. Langmuir was among the first to work with 'plasmas'ãthe swarming aggregations of ionized gas that possess unusual electrical and magnetic properties.
  3. Langmuir was among the first to work with 'plasmas'-the swarming aggregations of ionized gas that possess unusual electrical and magnetic properties.
  4. Langmuir was awarded a Nobel Prize for his industrial work. (Web site)

Kenneth Pitzer

  1. But late UC Berkeley chemist Kenneth Pitzer showed some 70 years ago that the theory comes into play in chemistry as well. (Web site)
  2. In 1955, Cason was appointed acting dean of the College of Chemistry when Kenneth Pitzer took a sabbatical leave in Europe. (Web site)

Roald Hoffmann

  1. Roald Hoffmann is a theoretical chemist who has straddled the traditional boundary between organic and inorganic chemistry. (Web site)
  2. Roald Hoffmann was born (as Roald Safran) in 1937 in Złoczów , Poland, the great grandson of a rabbi. (Web site)

Henry Gilman

  1. Henry Gilman was born in Boston, Massachusetts, as the son of a tailor. (Web site)

Ira Remsen

  1. Ira Remsen ( February 10, 1846 - March 4, 1927) was a chemist who, along with Constantin Fahlberg discovered the artificial sweetener saccharin.
  2. In 1879, chemists Ira Remsen and Constantine Fahlberg synthesized a derivative of coal tar called orthobenzoyl sulfimide. (Web site)
  3. In 2003 he also received the annual American Chemical Society Ira Remsen Award, named after the first chemistry research professor in North America.


  1. Kroto was looking for an interstellar molecule.
  2. Kroto was particularly interested in carbon-rich giant stars. (Web site)

Farrington Daniels

  1. The first one, Physical Chemistry, co-authored with Farrington Daniels, was published in 1957. (Web site)
  2. Farrington Daniels (1889-1972), an American physical chemist, is considered one of the pioneers of the modern direct use of solar energy. (Web site)

Hermann Staudinger

  1. Flory also refined a method developed earlier by the German chemist Hermann Staudinger to discover the configuration of polymer molecules using viscosity. (Web site)
  2. Along with Hermann Staudinger and Wallace Carothers, Herman Mark can be credited as a cofounder of polymer science.

Edwin Mcmillan

  1. Robert Oppenheimer, Edwin McMillan and John Manley had supplied specifications for the new buildings that would supplement the 54 Ranch School buildings.
  2. UC Berkeley physicist Edwin McMillan had led a team that discovered Element 93, neptunium in 1940.
  3. That's the year chemists Edwin McMillan and Philip Abelson, working in a University of California laboratory, created the element neptunium from uranium.

Carl Djerassi

  1. Carl Djerassi, born in Vienna but educated in the US, is a writer and professor of chemistry at Stanford University. (Web site)
  2. Carl Djerassi from pill to quill: an award-winning chemist takes his science to the stage.
  3. For more information about Dr. Carl Djerassi, go to

Henry Taube

  1. Henry Taube was born on a farm in Neudorf, in southeast Saskatchewan, Canada, on Nov. (Web site)
  2. Henry Taube was born on a farm in Neudorf, in southeast Saskatchewan, on Nov. (Web site)


  1. Djerassi is a leading collector of the works of Paul Klee.
  2. Djerassi is a proto-feminist whose thinking has been influenced by Middlebrook, a professor of English and ex-chair of feminist studies at Stanford. (Web site)
  3. Djerassi is one of the few authors to publish multiple autobiographies, along with Joan Baez and Dory Previn.
  4. Djerassi was awarded the National Medal of Science by President Nixon for his work on the Pill.
  5. Djerassi was born in the Austrian capital of Vienna, the son of a Bulgarian physician and an Austrian mother. (Web site)

Harold Urey

  1. Born in Oakland, California, he received a B.S. from University of California, Berkeley, where he was a student of Harold Urey. (Web site)
  2. Nobel prize winning chemist Harold Urey proposed that the earth's early atmosphere consisted of ammonia, hydrogen, methane, and water vapor.
  3. Stanley Miller, a student of Harold Urey's at the University of Chicago, published a two page paper in Science in which he did the experiment. (Web site)


  1. Conant was chairman (1941---46) of the National Defense Research Committee, playing a significant role in the development of the atomic bomb. (Web site)
  2. Conant was known as a virulent anti-semite.
  3. Conant was known in Spiritualist circles as both an inspirational speaker and a platform healer. (Web site)


  1. McMillan was born in Redondo Beach, California, but his family moved to Pasadena the following year. (Web site)
  2. McMillan was one of the most brilliant scientists to ever walk the Campus in Berkeley. (Web site)

Geoffrey Wilkinson

  1. Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson was an English chemist He was born 14 July 1921 in the village of Springside, near Todmorden in Yorkshire. (Web site)
  2. Woodward was involved in the controversy over the award of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry to Ernst Fischer and Geoffrey Wilkinson. (Web site)

Joseph Priestley

  1. Joseph Priestley was born in Yorkshire, the eldest son of a maker of wool cloth. (Web site)

Norman Hackerman

  1. The Rice Board of Trustees established the Norman Hackerman Fellowship in Chemistry in honor of Hackerman's 90th birthday in 2002. (Web site)
  2. In 2000 the Welch Foundation created the Norman Hackerman Award in Chemical Research to recognize the work of young researchers in Texas. (Web site)
  3. Symposium on the corrosion of public infrastructure commemorates the life and work of Norman Hackerman.

Charles Friedel

  1. Charles Friedel ( March 12, 1832 – April 20, 1899) was a French chemist and mineralogist.
  2. The faces of Hermann Staudinger, James Crafts and Charles Friedel came by in a presentation I did last week. (Web site)
  3. Last check: 2007-10-23) He was the son of Charles Friedel (1832-99), French mineralogist and organic chemist. (Web site)

Michael Polanyi

  1. Michael Polanyi was a great physical chemist at the University of Manchester.

Victor Grignard

  1. Gas warfare in WW I was, in a sense, the war of the chemists, with Haber pitted against French Nobel laureate chemist Victor Grignard. (Web site)
  2. While staying in Paris, Gilman met Victor Grignard and was intrigued by the advances in organic chemistry in France made possible by Grignard reagents. (Web site)

Martin Karplus

  1. CHARMM development began in the research group of Professor Martin Karplus at Harvard University. (Web site)
  2. This piece written by Martin Karplus is a very interesting review about the development of Molecular Dynamics (MD) techniques. (Web site)

Women Chemists

  1. The Francis P. Garvan-John M. Olin Medal is an annual award that recognizes distinguished service to chemistry by women chemists. (Web site)
  2. Chips -- Women chemists have helped develop and advance the world of semiconductors. (Web site)
  3. Women Chemists Committee programming and events at the 233rd National ACS meeting in Chicago, IL. (Web site)

William Henry

  1. William Henry was a queer boy.


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