Ellen Lax

Ellen Lax (August 27, 1885 – after 1974) was a German industrial physicist who became known through the publication of the three-volume reference work ''Taschenbuch für Chemiker und Physiker'' (''Handbook for Chemists and Physicists'') together with Jean D'Ans. The first volume appeared in 1943, and to this day the so-called "D'Ans-Lax" is widely used as a reference for laboratory work. She also worked on the Landolt-Börnstein table. Provided by Wikipedia

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by d'Ans, Jean, Lax, Ellen
Published 1964
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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by d'Ans, Jean, Lax, Ellen
Published 1967
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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by d’Ans, Jean, Lax, Ellen, Schäfer, Klaus, Synowietz, Claudia
Published 1970
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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Published 1943
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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