Paul Matthieu Hermann Laurent

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Paul Matthieu Hermann Laurent

Paul Matthieu Hermann Laurent (2 September 1841 Luxembourg City[1] – 19 February 1908 Paris, France) was a French mathematician. Despite his large body of works, Laurent series expansions for complex functions were not named after him, but after Pierre Alphonse Laurent.

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  1. ^ Mersch, Jules, 1947. Mathieu-Lambert Schrobilgen, 1789-1883. Biographie nationale du Pays de Luxembourg, fasc. 1, p. 65. [1]
    Mersch, Jules, 1957. Mathieu-Lambert Schrobilgen, 1789-1883. Biographie nationale du Pays de Luxembourg, fasc. 1, 2e édition revue et corrigée, p. 65.
    Stumper, Robert, 1953. La vie et l'oeuvre d'un grand chimiste, pionnier de la doctrine atomique: Augustin Laurent, 1807-1853. Archives de l'Institut grand-ducal de Luxembourg, section des sciences, N.S. 20 (1951-1953), p. 68.
    Stumper, Robert, 1962. Luxemburger Wissenschaftler im Ausland. Verbesserter und ergänzter Abdruck aus der Wochenschrift “d’Letzeburger Land”. Dréckerei Bourg-Bourger, Luxembourg, p. 63.

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