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Academic genealogy of chemists

Chemistry genealogy is something of a hobby of chemists, using academic genealogy to trace their roots through their doctoral advisors in the same manner that one might trace a family tree. This page attempts to consolidate these genealogies.

Chemistry Genealogy

Gaetano da Thiene[1]

Pietro Roccabonella[2]
Niccolò Leoniceno[3]
Gian Giorgio Trissino
Antonio Musa Brassavola
Manardi
Gabriele Falloppio
Volcher Coiter
Hieronymus Fabricius
William Harvey
Adriaan van den Spiegel
Werner Rolfinck[4]
August Heinrich Fasch[5][6]
Friedrich Hoffmann[7]
Johann Gottlob Krüger[8][9]
Ernst Anton Nicolai[10][11]
Ernst Gottfried Baldinger[12]
Samuel Thomas von Sömmerring
Johann Friedrich Blumenbach
Johann Christian Gottlieb Ackermann
Johann Christian Wiegleb
Johann Friedrich August Göttling
Karl Wilhelm Gottlob Kastner
Justus von Liebig
Nikolay Zinin
Alexander Borodin
Aleksandr Butlerov
Alexei Yevgrafovich Favorskii
Sergei Vasiljevich Lebedev
Vladimir Ipatieff
Henri Victor Regnault
Carl von Voit
Hermann von Fehling
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp
August Kekulé
Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff
Hermann Emil Fischer
Alfred Stock
Egon Wiberg
Otto Diels
Kurt Alder
Otto Ruff
Walter A. Jacobs
Ludwig Knorr
Oskar Piloty
Wilhelm Schlenk
Herman Mark
Fritz Feigl
Julius Tafel
Bruno Emmert
Adolf von Baeyer
Hermann Emil Fischer (see above)
John Ulric Nef
Victor Villiger
Carl Theodore Liebermann
Carl Gräbe
Richard Anschütz
Hans Meerwein
Georg Wittig
Ulrich Schöllkopf
Siegfried Hünig
Karl Dimroth
August Wilhelm von Hofmann
Richard Abegg
Clara Immerwahr
Adolf Pinner
Fritz Haber
Karl Friedrich von Auwers
Karl Ziegler
Georg Wittig (see above)
Rudolf Hugo Nietzki
Ferdinand Tiemann
Julius Stieglitz
Carl Harries
Eugen Bamberger
Lyon Playfair
Emil Erlenmeyer
Moritz Traube
Adolph Strecker
Wilhelm Henneberg
Carl Schmidt
Friedrich Wilhelm Ostwald
Georg Bredig
Paul Walden
Arthur Amos Noyes
Roscoe G. Dickinson
Richard M. Noyes
Arnold Orville Beckman
Linus Carl Pauling
Jerry Donohue
Martin Karplus
Matthew Meselson
William Lipscomb
Edgar Bright Wilson
Robert Karplus
Dudley Herschbach
Anita Goel
Richard Zare
Peter Rakitzis
William R Simpson (chemist)
Richard J. Green

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References

  1. ^ Neurotree profile Gaetano da Thiene
  2. ^ Neurotree profile Pietro Roccabonella
  3. ^ Neurotree profile Nicolo da Lonigo
  4. ^ Neurotree profile Werner Rolfinck
  5. ^ Neurotree profile August Heinrich Fasch
  6. ^ Entry in Zedlers Lexicon Faschius, Augustinus Henricus
  7. ^ Neurotree profile Friedrich Hoffmann
  8. ^ Chemistry Tree profile Johann Gottlob Krüger
  9. ^ Heß, Wilhelm, „Krüger, Johann Gottlob“, in: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie 17 (1883), S. 231 [Onlinefassung]
  10. ^ Chemistry Tree profile Ernst Anton Nicolai
  11. ^ Zimmermann, Susanne, „Nicolai, Ernst Anton“, in: Neue Deutsche Biographie 19 (1998), S. 200 f. [Onlinefassung]
  12. ^ Chemistry Tree profile Ernst Gottfried Baldinger
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