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Some infinite product identities. (English) Zbl 0655.10010
The authors derive power series expansions of four infinite products of the form $$\displaystyle \prod_{n\in S_ 1}(1-x^ n)\prod_{n\in S_ 2}(1+x^ n),$$ where the index sets $$S_ 1$$ and $$S_ 2$$ are specified with respect to a modulus. A useful formula for expanding the products of two Jacobi triple products is established and nonexistence results for identities of the two forms are also proved. A typical result is the identity $\prod^{\infty}_{\substack{n=1 \\ n\in S_1}} (1-x^n)\prod^{\infty}_{\substack{n=1 \\ n\in S_2}} (1+x^n)=\sum^{\infty}_{n=0} (x^{2n(n+1)}+x^{6n(n+1)+1});$
here $$S_1=\{n\mid n\equiv 0,\pm 7,\pm 5\pmod{24}\}$$ and $$S_2=\{n\mid n\equiv \pm 1,\pm 4, 6 \pmod{12}\}$$.

##### MSC:
 11P81 Elementary theory of partitions 05A19 Combinatorial identities, bijective combinatorics
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