By Konstant J. Beidar

"Discusses the newest effects in regards to the zone of noncommutative ring concept often called the speculation of generalized identities (GIs)--detailing Kharchenko's effects on GIs in best earrings, Chuang's extension to antiautomorphisms, and using the Beidar-Mikhalev thought of orthogonal of entirety within the semiprime case. offers novel proofs of current results."

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3)Now let 4 3 ( 4 = (VY)(34 [Ilv # 011 *{ l l w # Oll AllzYz = 011 }]. For an element P E R,R I= 43 (P) if and only if the right annihilator of P in R is an essential right ideal of R. Two formulas q5 = q5(yl, y2, . . ,yn) and II,= @(zl,q , . . ,zm) are said to be equivalent, if for any R-A-ring R and any substitution q E Mup(X,R), the formula +(x:, . , is true in R if and only if $(z:, . , z L ) is true. The following proposition is easily proved by induction on complexity of formulas. ,$x) 42 CHAPTER 1.

T of T , where each is either A1 or A2, and then extend by linearity. The mapx : TI@T2@.. @Tm-+ P given by t l @ t 2 @ . , @ t , ~ t ~ t(~ w h. e. r. etp~= a o r p = T d e p e n d i n g on whether ti E A1 or ti E Az) is already K-linear, and from the nature of multiplication in T it is easy to see that $0 is a K-algebra homomorphism. 2) it is clear that $0 maps I to 0. As a result $0 may by lifted to a K-algebra homomorphism 4 : T/I + P by defining (94 = t40, -E = t I , t E T. Thecommutativity of the above diagram then yields the commutativity of + which shows that property (ii) holds.

PRELIMINARIES 10 Proof. Using property (ii)' the map x : V @ . . @ V +P given by v1 @ . . @ vn H ~ ? v $ .. V: is a well-defined Klinear map, and extension of x by additivity to K{V} yields the required K-algebra map 11,. 2 Let a be an automorphism of K, let P be a K-algebra, and let 6 : V + P be a a-semilinear map. Then: ( a ) q5 can be uniquely extended to a a-homomorphism of Kalgebras $ : K{V} + P. (b) 4 can be uniquely extended to a a-antihomomorphism of K-algebras $ : K{V} + P. Proof. To prove (a) we consider P as a K-algebra P* by defining k x = k'x, k E K, x E P.