Hermann Staudinger

#2,569
Most Influential Person

German chemist, winner of the 1953 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Why Is Hermann Staudinger Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Hermann Staudinger was a German organic chemist who demonstrated the existence of macromolecules, which he characterized as polymers. For this work he received the 1953 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. He is also known for his discovery of ketenes and of the Staudinger reaction. Staudinger, together with Leopold Ružička, also elucidated the molecular structures of pyrethrin I and II in the 1920s, enabling the development of pyrethroid insecticides in the 1960s and 1970s.

Hermann Staudinger's Published Works

Number of citations in a given year to any of this author's works
Total number of citations to an author for the works they published in a given year. This highlights publication of the most important work(s) by the author
191019201930194019501960197005101520253035404550

Published Papers

This paper list is powered by the following services:

Metadata from Crossref logo

Other Resources About Hermann Staudinger

What Schools Are Affiliated With Hermann Staudinger?

Hermann Staudinger is affiliated with the following schools:

Hermann Staudinger's Academic­Influence.com Rankings

Image Attributions