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Turkish Journal of Mathematics

Authors

JIAN CUI

DOI

10.3906/mat-1706-79

Abstract

An element $a$ of an associative ring $R$ is said to be quasinilpotent if $1-ax$ is invertible for every $x\in R$ with $xa=ax$. Nilpotents and elements in the Jacobson radical of a ring are well-known examples of quasinilpotents. In this paper, properties and examples of quasinilpotents in a ring are provided, and the set of quasinilpotents is applied to characterize rings with some certain properties.

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Last Page

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