|Birthname||Otto Paul Hermann Diels|
|born on||23 January 1876 at 14:45 (= 2:45 PM )|
|Place||Hamburg, Germany, 53n33, 9e59|
|Timezone||LMT m9e59 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||02°59' 29°55 Asc. 16°12'|
German chemist whose most notable work was done with Kurt Alder on the Diels–Alder reaction, a method for diene synthesis. The pair was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1950 for their work. Their method of synthesizing cyclic organic compounds proved valuable for the manufacture of synthetic rubber and plastic. He completed his education at the University of Berlin, where he later worked. Diels was employed at the University of Kiel when he completed his Nobel Prize–winning work, and remained there until he retired in 1945. Diels was married, with five children. He died on 7 March 1954, aged 78, in Kiel, West Germany.
- (has as) teacher relationship with Fischer, Emil (born 9 October 1852)
- (has as) student relationship with Köllisch, Anton (born 16 March 1888)
- Work : Prize 1950 (Nobel Prize in Chemistry)
Sy Scholfield provided birth registry entry from Hamburg Archives. Death data in margin.
- Family : Parenting : Kids more than 3 (Five)
- Vocation : Science : Chemistry
- Notable : Awards : Nobel prize (Chemistry)
- Notable : Famous : Founder/ originator ("Diels–Alder reaction")