Nobelpreis for chemistry

of the Nobelpreis was donated by Sweden Alfred Nobel (1833-1896), which had come by the invention of the dynamite to large wealth. The Nobelpreis for chemistry is lent annually by the “royal Swedish Academy of Sciences “at persons, whose contributions brought the largest use to mankind to the research.

For the first time the price was lent 1901, at Jacobus Henricus van't hopes (NL, 1852-1911). Further famous winners were among other things Svante Arrhenius (1903), Ernest Rutherford (1908), Marie curie (1911) and Otto cock (1944).

See also: List of the Nobelpreisträger for chemistry


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