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New Examples of Torsion-Free Non-unique Product Groups

Carter, William;
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  • Published: 31 Jan 2013
Abstract
We give an infinite family of torsion-free groups that do not satisfy the unique product property. For these examples, we also show that each group contains arbitrarily large sets whose square has no uniquely represented element.
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free text keywords: Mathematics - Group Theory, 20F05 (primary), 20C07 (secondary)
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Department of Mathematics, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 73019, USA Email:wcarter@math.ou.edu

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