We generalize the well-known fact that for a pair of Morita equivalent ringsR andS their maximal rings of quotients are again Morita equivalent: If τn (M) denotes the torsion theory cogenerated by the direct sum of the firstn+1 injective modules forming part of the minimal injective resolution ofM then ατn (R)=τn (S) where α is the category equivalenceR-Mod→S-Mod. Consequently the localized ringsRτn(R) andSτn(S) are Morita equivalent.
Authors:Masoome Zahiri, Ahmad Moussavi, and Rasul Mohammadi
In this paper we study rings R with the property that every finitely generated ideal of R consisting entirely of zero divisors has a nonzero annihilator. The class of commutative rings with this property is quite large; for example, noetherian rings, rings whose prime ideals are maximal, the polynomial ring R[x] and rings whose classical ring of quotients are von Neumann regular. We continue to study conditions under which right mininjective rings, right FP-injective rings, right weakly continuous rings, right extending rings, one sided duo rings, semiregular rings and semiperfect rings have this property.
A ring R has the (A)-property (resp., strong (A)-property) if every finitely generated ideal of R consisting entirely of zero divisors (resp., every finitely generated ideal of R generated by a finite number of zero-divisors elements of R) has a nonzero annihilator. The class of commutative rings with property (A) is quite large; for example, Noetherian rings, rings whose prime ideals are maximal, the polynomial ring R[x] and rings whose total ring of quotients are von Neumann regular. Let f : A → B be a ring homomorphism and J be an ideal of B. In this paper, we investigate when the (A)-property and strong (A)-property are satisfied by the amalgamation of rings denoted by A ⋈fJ, introduced by D'Anna, Finocchiaro and Fontana in . Our aim is to construct new original classes of (A)-rings that are not strong (A)-rings, (A)-rings that are not Noetherian and (A)-rings whose total ring of quotients are not Von Neumann regular rings.