CHEMIST

Fritz Pregl

1869 - 1930

Fritz Pregl

Fritz Pregl (in Slovene also Friderik Pregl; 3 September 1869 – 13 December 1930), was a Slovenian and Austrian chemist and physician from a mixed Slovene-German-speaking background. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Fritz Pregl has received more than 55,179 page views. His biography is available in 55 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 39th most popular chemist.

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Among CHEMISTS

Among chemists, Fritz Pregl ranks 39 out of 473Before him are John Stith Pemberton, August Kekulé, Ilya Prigogine, Carl Bosch, Frederick Sanger, and Paul Karrer. After him are Arthur Harden, Paul Sabatier, Victor Grignard, Henrik Dam, Alfred Werner, and Hans Adolf Krebs.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1869, Fritz Pregl ranks 10Before him are André Gide, Victor Emmanuel III of Italy, Neville Chamberlain, Charles Thomson Rees Wilson, Nadezhda Krupskaya, and Karl Haushofer. After him are Gustaf Dalén, Emma Goldman, Hans Spemann, Gustav Vigeland, Calouste Gulbenkian, and Felix Salten. Among people deceased in 1930, Fritz Pregl ranks 7Before him are Arthur Conan Doyle, Fridtjof Nansen, Alfred Wegener, Ilya Repin, Vladimir Mayakovsky, and William Howard Taft. After him are Allvar Gullstrand, Joan Gamper, Miguel Primo de Rivera, Christiaan Eijkman, D. H. Lawrence, and Horst Wessel.

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In Slovenia

Among people born in Slovenia, Fritz Pregl ranks 5 out of 183Before him are Josip Broz Tito (1892), Giuseppe Tartini (1692), Franjo Tuđman (1922), and Barbara of Cilli (1392). After him are France Prešeren (1800), Slavoj Žižek (1949), Melania Trump (1970), Hugo Wolf (1860), Jože Plečnik (1872), Edvard Kardelj (1910), and Santorio Santorio (1561).