Darleane C. Hoffman

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Darleane Christian Hoffman (born November 8, 1926) is an American nuclear chemist who was among the researchers who confirmed the existence of seaborgium, element 106. She is a faculty senior scientist in the Nuclear Science Division of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and a professor in the graduate school at UC Berkeley. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Darleane C. Hoffman has received more than 116,789 page views. Her biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 16 in 2019). Darleane C. Hoffman is the 537th most popular chemist (down from 525th in 2019), the 8,761st most popular biography from United States (up from 10,062nd in 2019) and the 92nd most popular American Chemist.

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Among chemists, Darleane C. Hoffman ranks 537 out of 602Before her are Neil Bartlett, Robert Jarvik, John Mayow, Wallace Smith Broecker, Alexander Pavlovich Vinogradov, and Aleksandr Arbuzov. After her are Nikodem Caro, Carl Jacob Löwig, Ida Freund, Karl Friedrich August Rammelsberg, Helen Murray Free, and Nikolai Menshutkin.

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Among people born in 1926, Darleane C. Hoffman ranks 421Before her are John Gardner, John Spencer-Churchill, 11th Duke of Marlborough, Alison Lurie, Nikos Koundouros, Tom Tryon, and Conrad Hall. After her are H. R. Haldeman, Ralph Abernathy, Klaus Schütz, Torfi Bryngeirsson, Lily Carlstedt, and José Manuel Caballero.

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In United States

Among people born in United States, Darleane C. Hoffman ranks 8,761 out of 20,380Before her are Jerry Jones (1942), Richard Garfield (1963), Michelle Forbes (1965), Nana Visitor (1957), Peggy Ann Garner (1932), and Steve Jackson (1953). After her are Edward Angle (1855), Booker T. Jones (1944), William Mapother (1965), Jenna Haze (1982), Dan Harrington (1945), and Al Unser (1939).

Among CHEMISTS In United States

Among chemists born in United States, Darleane C. Hoffman ranks 92Before her are Isabella Karle (1921), Michael Behe (1952), Edward Goodrich Acheson (1856), Karen Wetterhahn (1948), Robert Jarvik (1946), and Wallace Smith Broecker (1931). After her are Helen Murray Free (1923), Bruce Alberts (1938), Florence B. Seibert (1897), Mildred Cohn (1913), Mary L. Good (1931), and Bruce Ames (1928).