Awards & Winners

John H. Sinfelt

Date of Birth 18-February-1931
Place of Birth Pennsylvania
(United States of America, Contiguous United States)
Also know as John Sinfelt
John H. Sinfelt was an American chemical engineer whose research on catalytic reforming was responsible for the introduction of unleaded gasoline.Sinfelt was working for the Standard Oil Development Company, where he specialized in developing techniques to speed up chemical reactions. He later patented that method.

Awards by John H. Sinfelt

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National Medal of Science for Physical Science
(For scientific research on the nature of heterogeneous catalysis leading to the development of new catalyst systems for the production of low lead gasoline.)