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And ~ = lim The seminormality and transitivity being satisfied, are intersections associated I(~i). 2) and P assumptions maximal Theorem ~ impossible. 2]. I(mi)Ys no is B in from Lemma hypothesis Combining in ai E P , with lim B of A standing Then insure [23, primes, E B = ~A(a i) hypotheses seminormality Remark: for that Q(lim A(~) are so this is seminormal ~ = integral lim _C P In addition and The (-a l , ... 8) conditions i) (CRT)L ii) R/nI(~i) iii) R/NI(~i) holds for = lim all A(fi) is seminormal Then i) => ii) => iii).

Remarked from and functor A 2. The standing holds the ~ ~ ~, we restricted ~ of A(~) ~ = lim . i) k ~ the (a) there = n(I(~)+I(~k) ) k it as Fix for maximal, follows name says to the d i s t r i b u t i v i t y I(~) + nI(~k) k In that Given (CRT)L is e q u i v a l e n t for the ideals (CRT)2 by R ~ lim L A(~) is surjective If (CRT)6 holds for all Conversely, R - lim A(~) addition map for if each (not R ~ lim A ( { y I T < ~ } ) for all t . L, then is necessarily R - lim A(~) surjective and maximal) is surjective, then ~ E is if ~ surjective.

Of t h e category. 12: Let ~ rings) a c o n t r a v a r i a n t be a graded functor. i) . Note so right lim hand for Theorem A(g) ~p-ll~ if = Spec A(~ p) is that A(a). 12) - lim A(~P-II=) ~p-l~a is p. e. surjective of A(~P~) surjective, from colim cartesian. based and coli~ Spee A(~P ~~) dim m=p Let on is surjective a poser. (ker(A(a)~A(~)) a graded Then category ~ for ~ A(g) : ~p-llg} each ~ lim commutative and suppose in A(~P-IIg) satisfies ring- 6. is (CRT)~ Suppose surjective for each ~ . c, 50 if ~ is and each One should not (see A(a) note example colim Spec Thinking colim of of the A(~)~ be If ~P 4.

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