A theorem of Brauer
Part of the Graduate Texts in Mathematics book series (GTM, volume 42)
Let x be an element of a finite group G. We say that x is a p-element (or is p-unipotent) if x has order a power of p; we say that x is a p′-element (or is p-regular) if its order is prime to p.
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