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PAC fields over number fields. (English) Zbl 1146.12003
The aim of the paper is to prove the following theorem: Let \(N\) be a Galois extension of a number field \(K\) which is different from \(\overline{\mathbb Q}\). Then \(N\) is not PAC over \(K\).
The main ingredient of the proof are: a result of Radon about fields which are PAC over subfields, Frobenius density theorem and J. Neukirch’s paper [“Kennzeichnung der \(p\)-adischen und der endlichen algebraischen Zahlkörper”, Invent. Math. 6, 296–314 (1969; Zbl 0192.40102)].

MSC:
12E30 Field arithmetic
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