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NON-TAME AUTOMORPHISMS OF A FREE GROUP OF RANK 3 IN

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 September 2007

A. I. PAPISTAS
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Department of Mathematics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GR 541 24, Thessaloniki, Greece e-mail: apapist@math.auth.gr
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Abstract

We give a way of constructing non-tame automorphisms of a free group of rank 3 in the variety , with p prime.

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Copyright © Glasgow Mathematical Journal Trust 2007

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