- Volume 32 Issue 2
In this note all are commutative rings with identity and all modules are unital. Let R be a ring. An R-module M is called a multiplication module if for every submodule N of M there esists an ideal I of R such that N = IM. Clearly the ring R is a multiplication module as a module over itself. Also, it is well known that invertible and more generally profective ideals of R are multiplication R-modules (see [11, Theorem 1]).