This is kind of an odd question. The "and" is used in a sentence. The hyphen is used in the name of a law, scientific principle, or well-known chemical/physical process (i.e., Haber–Bosch process or Friedel–Crafts reaction).
E.g., Corribus and Archimedes discovered the Third Law of Capacitive Diractance*. It is now called the Corribus-Archimedes Law of Capacitive Diractance.
(True props to anyone who knows where I got that from, without googling it!)