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 Rings & Arithmetic 2: Integral domains and fields
 and fields. Thursday, 13 October 2005. Lectures for Part A of Oxford FHS in Mathematics and Joint Schools.
 people.maths.ox.ac.uk
 A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO INTEGRAL DOMAINS 1. Introduction
 1 is the multiplicative identity. Example 1.4.
 www.math.washington.edu
 INTEGRAL DOMAINS HAVING NONZERO ELEMENTS WITH
 In [Co], an example of a nonIPD domain whose integral closure is an IPD domain is given.
 www.ndsu.edu
 REMARKS ABOUT EUCLIDEAN DOMAINS 1. Introduction The
 Definition 1.1.
 www.math.uconn.edu
 INTEGRAL DOMAINS WHICH ARE ALMOST DEDEKIND
 ian integral domain IF with unit in which (1) and (2) of Theorem 1 hold. IF is therefore an example of an almost Dedekind domain which is not Dedekind.
 www.ams.org
Suggested Web Resources
 Integral domain  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 Principal ideal domain  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 Integral domains and Fields
 An integral domain is a commutative ring with an identity (1 noteq 0) with no zero divisors. That is ab = 0 implies a = 0 or b = 0. Examples.
 www.gapsystem.org
 Integral Domains: Strange Integers
 Rings with this property are called integral domains. Z is one example of integral domain. Z[√3] is another.
 www.cuttheknot.org
 ABSTRACT ALGEBRA ON LINE: Rings
 The ring of integers Z is the most fundamental example of an integral domain.
 www.math.niu.edu
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