In a commutative f-ring, an l-ideal I is called pseudoprime if ab = 0 implies a ∈ I or b ∈ I, and is called square dominated if for every a ∈ I, |a| ≤ x2 for some x ∈ A such that x2 ∈ I. Several characterizations of pseudoprime l-ideals are given in the class of commutative semiprime f-rings in which minimal prime l-ideals are square dominated. It is shown that the hypothesis imposed on the f-rings, that minimal prime l-ideals are square dominated, cannot be omitted or generalized.
First published in Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society in 1988, published by the American Mathematical Society
Larson, Suzanne, "Pseudoprime L-Ideals in a Class of F-Rings" (1988). Mathematics Faculty Works. Paper 10.
Larson, S. Pseudoprime L-Ideals in a Class of F-Rings, Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society. vol. 104 (1988) pp. 685-692.