Brauer's Three Main Theorems - Brauer's Third Main Theorem

Brauer's Third Main Theorem

Brauer's third main theorem (Brauer 1964, theorem3) states that when Q is a p-subgroup of the finite group G, and H is a subgroup of G, containing, and contained in, then the principal block of H is the only Brauer correspondent of the principal block of G (where the blocks referred to are calculated in characteristic p).

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