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Noetherian. (i). , is not right FGF. 4 R is semilocal denotes Theorem. right FGF ring Q if R/tad R is semisimple Artinian, the Jacobson radical of Any semilocal right is QF. R. (or left) Noetherian 31 Proof. since Let jn J Q. denote the Jacobson radical of Now, is an ideal, lj _C_I(O2)C~_... C_I(jn)C_ is an ascending chain of implies that ±(jn) (right) = l(jn+l) ... ideals so Q right N o e t h e r i a n for some integer right ideal is a right FGF ring n. Since any is a right annulet, we have that jn = jn+l which in a right N o e t h e r i a n ring Nakayama's lemma).

5]. left stability is not enough to insure perfect prime every ring has Krull a prime ideal P if C(P) = (r E R I r + P is regular Another of of R. 4] has proved that a noetherian (left and right) case in which R has a perfect R ring at ring Smith stable ring R has at every prime ideal P. localization at every ideal is given by the following proposition. Proposition i: A right noetherian, R can be left localized left stable FLBN ring at every prime ideal P. Moreover Rp is a left stable FLBN ring.

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