Journal of Mathematical Sciences

, Volume 180, Issue 3, pp 338–350

Width of groups of type E6 with respect to root elements. II

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The simply connected and adjoint groups of type E6 over fields are considered. Let K be a field such that every polynomial of degree at most 6 has a root in K. We prove that every element of the adjoint group of type E6 over K can be written as a product of at most seven root elements. Bibliography: 59 titles.

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  1. 1.Russian State A. I. Gertsen Pedagogical UniversitySt. PetersburgRussia

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