# GENTRAL SEPARABLE ALGEBRAS OVER LOCAL-GLOBAL RINGS I

• Published : 1993.02.01

#### Abstract

In this paper, we show that if R is a local-global domain then the Question holds. McDonald and Waterhouse in [6] and Estes and Guralnick in [5] introduced the concept of local-global rings (so called rings with many units) independently. A local-global ring is a commutative ring R with 1 satisfying; if a polynomial f in R[ $x_{1}$, .., $x_{n}$] represents a unit over $R_{P}$ for every maximal ideal P in R, then f represents a unit over R. Such rings include semilocal rings, or more generally, rings which are von Neumann regular mod their Jacobson radical, and the ring of all algebraic integers.s.s.