Factornilpotent Ideal of Rings 
Received:December 26, 1990 
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Abstract: 
Let n be a ring. A left (right) ideal A of ft is called factornilpotent if there is a positive integer m = m(r) with A^{m}r = {0} for every element r ∈Ω. A left ideal L of Ω is called a left factor for an element b ∈Ω, if Lb ≠ {0}.Ω is called a ring with locally minimum condition for left factors, if in fl every descending chain of left factors for the same element is finite. Here we show that1 Let R be a factornilpotent right ideal of Ω. Then R + ΩR is a factornilpotent ideal of Ω.2 Let Ω be a ring with locally minimum condition of left factors. Then every nil left ideal of Ω is a factornilpotent left ideal. 
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DOI:10.3770/j.issn:1000341X.1993.01.024 
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