Barbara Askins

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Barbara S. Askins (born 1939) is an American chemist. She is best known for her invention of a method to enhance underexposed photographic negatives. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Barbara Askins has received more than 34,691 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Barbara Askins is the 500th most popular chemist, the 10,046th most popular biography from United States and the 95th most popular American Chemist.

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  • 15

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  • 2.05

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Among chemists, Barbara Askins ranks 500 out of 510Before her are Bruce Ames, Susan Solomon, Mary L. Good, Robert Jarvik, F. Albert Cotton, and Ida Freund. After her are John George Children, Yellapragada Subbarow, Percy Lavon Julian, Martyn Poliakoff, Donald Howard Menzel, and Harry B. Gray.

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Among people born in 1939, Barbara Askins ranks 449Before her are Rhodri Morgan, Giuseppe Beghetto, Neil Sloane, Mary Peters, Maury Povich, and David Allan Coe. After her are Terry Paine, Mary K. Gaillard, Betty Everett, Cleavon Little, Bill Toomey, and David Souter.

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In United States

Among people born in United States, Barbara Askins ranks 10,046 out of 15,968Before her are William Beaudine (1892), Barrett Strong (1941), Jamie Clayton (1978), Michael Moorer (1967), Martha Coolidge (1946), and A.J. Applegate (1989). After her are Big L (1974), Crane Wilbur (1886), Preston Foster (1900), Commodore Cochran (1902), Bill Thompson (1913), and Robert J. Walker (1801).

Among CHEMISTS In United States

Among chemists born in United States, Barbara Askins ranks 95Before her are Allen J. Bard (1933), Bruce Ames (1928), Susan Solomon (1956), Mary L. Good (1931), Robert Jarvik (1946), and F. Albert Cotton (1930). After her are Percy Lavon Julian (1899), Donald Howard Menzel (1901), Harry B. Gray (1935), and Jacqueline Barton (1952).