Radical of an algebraic group
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The radical of an algebraic group is the identity component of its maximal normal solvable subgroup. For example, the radical of the general linear group (for a field K) is the subgroup consisting of scalar matrices, i.e. matrices with and for .
- "Radical of a group", Encyclopaedia of Mathematics
|This algebra-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|