Neil Bartlett

1932 - 2008

Neil Bartlett

Neil Bartlett (15 September 1932 – 5 August 2008) was a chemist who specialized in fluorine and compounds containing fluorine, and became famous for creating the first noble gas compounds. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Neil Bartlett has received more than 4,243 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 425th most popular chemist.

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Among chemists, Neil Bartlett ranks 425 out of 473Before him are Maclyn McCarty, Oswald Schmiedeberg, Christian Konrad Sprengel, Adolph Strecker, Alfred Stock, and Joseph Achille Le Bel. After him are Walter Noddack, Robert Havemann, Hans Peter Jørgen Julius Thomsen, Jan Szczepanik, Isabella Karle, and Michael Grätzel.

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Among people born in 1932, Neil Bartlett ranks 247Before him are Cliff Allison, Geoff Bent, Richard Lugar, Masten Gregory, James Stafford, and Dabney Coleman. After him are Joe Engle, John Drew Barrymore, Pedro Rubiano Sáenz, Rodolfo Quezada Toruño, Carlyle Glean, and Otto Schily. Among people deceased in 2008, Neil Bartlett ranks 169Before him are Choi Jin-sil, Imad Mughniyah, Levy Mwanawasa, Gary Gygax, Xie Jin, and Christodoulos of Athens. After him are Mario Rigoni Stern, Evelyn Keyes, Barry Morse, Raúl Reyes, Robert Prosky, and Peter Poreku Dery.

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Among people born in United Kingdom, Neil Bartlett ranks 2,592 out of 5,347Before him are Roy Harper (1941), Charles Winslow (1888), Rachel Ward (1957), Charles Wyville Thomson (1830), George Albert Smith (1864), and Chiwetel Ejiofor (1977). After him are William Shanks (null), Thomas Morley (1557), Tony Cragg (1949), Sydney Greenstreet (1879), Havergal Brian (1876), and David Richards (1952).