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Radicals and polynomial rings

  • K. I. Beidar (a1), E. R. Puczyłowski (a2) and R. Wiegandt (a3)

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We prove that polynomial rings in one indeterminate over nil rings are antiregular radical and uniformly strongly prime radical. These give some approximations of Köthe's problem. We also study the uniformly strongly prime and superprime radicals of polynomial rings in non-commuting indeterminates. Moreover, we show that the semi-uniformly strongly prime radical coincides with the uniformly strongly prime radical and that the class of semi-superprime rings is closed under taking finite subdirect sums.

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Radicals and polynomial rings

  • K. I. Beidar (a1), E. R. Puczyłowski (a2) and R. Wiegandt (a3)

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