Stanislao Cannizzaro

1826 - 1910

Stanislao Cannizzaro

Stanislao Cannizzaro ( KAN-iz-AR-oh, also US: -⁠it-SAR-, Italian: [staniˈzlaːo kannitˈtsaːro]; 13 July 1826 – 10 May 1910) was an Italian chemist. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Stanislao Cannizzaro has received more than 94,192 page views. His biography is available in 35 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 220th most popular chemist.

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Among chemists, Stanislao Cannizzaro ranks 220 out of 473Before him are Elias James Corey, Herbert C. Brown, Alan MacDiarmid, Johan Gottlieb Gahn, Kristian Birkeland, and Kary Mullis. After him are Kaoru Ishikawa, John Polanyi, Alfred G. Gilman, Robert Huber, Ignacy Mościcki, and Henry Taube.

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Among people born in 1826, Stanislao Cannizzaro ranks 9Before him are Charles XV of Sweden, Eugénie de Montijo, Gustave Moreau, Wilhelm Liebknecht, Zénobe Gramme, and Ludwig Minkus. After him are Frederick I, Grand Duke of Baden, Armand David, Alexander Afanasyev, Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin, Danilo I, Prince of Montenegro, and Karl von Piloty. Among people deceased in 1910, Stanislao Cannizzaro ranks 29Before him are An Jung-geun, Jules Renard, Elizabeth Blackwell, Jean Moréas, Karl Lueger, and Mikhail Vrubel. After him are Albert Anker, William Huggins, Arkhip Kuindzhi, Henri-Edmond Cross, Prince Robert, Duke of Chartres, and Andreas Achenbach.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Stanislao Cannizzaro ranks 1,235 out of 3,282Before him are Enzo Bearzot (1927), Andrea Dandolo (1306), Domenico di Pace Beccafumi (1486), Thomas of Celano (1185), Brunetto Latini (1220), and Luigi Dallapiccola (1904). After him are Ferdinando de' Medici, Grand Prince of Tuscany (1663), Giovanni Bononcini (1670), Carlo Gambino (1902), Paolo Borsellino (1940), Giovanni Battista Re (1934), and Vittorio Alfieri (1749).