### Some articles on *prime ideals, prime, prime ideal, ideal, ideals, primes*:

... See also splitting of

**prime ideals**in Galois extensions Ramification in algebraic number theory means

**prime**numbers factoring into some repeated

**prime**... Let R be the ring of integers of an algebraic number field K and P a

**prime ideal**of R ... field L of K we can consider the integral closure S of R in L and the

**ideal**PS of S ...

**Prime Ideals**in

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... place v, the subset of OF defined by

... The study of the decomposition of

**ideals**in rings began as a remedy for the lack of unique factorization in number fields like , in which ... If a number does not factor uniquely into

**primes**, then the

**ideal**generated by the number may still factor into the intersection of powers of

**prime ideals**... Failing that, an

**ideal**may at least factor into the intersection of primary

**ideals**...

**Prime Ideals**In Galois Extensions

... between the Galois group G of a Galois extension L of a number field K, and the way the

**prime ideals**P of the ring of integers OK factorise as ... The splitting of

**prime ideals**in Galois extensions is sometimes attributed to David Hilbert by calling it Hilbert theory ...

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