Susan Solomon

1956 - Today

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Susan Solomon (born January 19, 1956 in Chicago) is an atmospheric chemist, working for most of her career at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. In 2011, Solomon joined the faculty at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she serves as the Ellen Swallow Richards Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry & Climate Science. Solomon, with her colleagues, was the first to propose the chlorofluorocarbon free radical reaction mechanism that is the cause of the Antarctic ozone hole.Solomon is a member of the U.S. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Susan Solomon has received more than 142,784 page views. Her biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia. Susan Solomon is the 495th most popular chemist (down from 473rd in 2019), the 9,558th most popular biography from United States (down from 9,268th in 2019) and the 91st most popular American Chemist.

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Among chemists, Susan Solomon ranks 495 out of 510Before her are Margaret Oakley Dayhoff, Allen J. Bard, Frederick G. Donnan, Gilbert Stork, Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, and Bruce Ames. After her are Mary L. Good, Robert Jarvik, F. Albert Cotton, Ida Freund, Barbara Askins, and John George Children.

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Among people born in 1956, Susan Solomon ranks 397Before her are Patrick Leonard, Audrey Landers, David Wolf, Dag Otto Lauritzen, Augusto Santos Silva, and Dianne Reeves. After her are Pierre Pincemaille, Rod Blagojevich, Imangali Tasmagambetov, Robert H. McNaught, Berit Aunli, and Marin Alsop.

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In United States

Among people born in United States, Susan Solomon ranks 9,558 out of 15,968Before her are Wilfred Hudson Osgood (1875), John L. Phillips (1951), Ernie Banks (1931), Howard Baker (1925), Sam Perkins (1961), and Amy Jo Johnson (1970). After her are J. Donald Cameron (1833), Mike McCready (1966), Terrence Mann (1951), Scott Turow (1949), Sidney Wood (1911), and Lynn Shelton (1965).

Among CHEMISTS In United States

Among chemists born in United States, Susan Solomon ranks 91Before her are Karen Wetterhahn (1948), Eric Betzig (1960), Jennifer Doudna (1964), Margaret Oakley Dayhoff (1925), Allen J. Bard (1933), and Bruce Ames (1928). After her are Mary L. Good (1931), Robert Jarvik (1946), F. Albert Cotton (1930), Barbara Askins (1939), Percy Lavon Julian (1899), and Donald Howard Menzel (1901).