A ring that, as a left module over itself, is injective (cf. Injective module). A right self-injective ring is defined in a symmetric way. The classical semi-simple rings and all rings of residues of integers are self-injective rings. If is a self-injective ring with Jacobson radical , then the quotient ring is a regular ring (in the sense of von Neumann). A regular self-injective ring is continuous. Every countable self-injective ring is quasi-Frobenius (cf. Quasi-Frobenius ring). A left self-injective ring is not necessarily right self-injective. The ring of matrices over a self-injective ring and the complete ring of linear transformations of a vector space over a field are self-injective. The rings of endomorphisms of all free left -modules are self-injective rings if and only if is quasi-Frobenius. If is the cogenerator of the category of left -modules, then is a self-injective ring. If the singular ideal of a ring is zero, then its injective hull can be made into a self-injective ring in a natural way. A group ring is left self-injective if and only if is a self-injective ring and is a finite group. The direct product of self-injective rings is self-injective. A ring is isomorphic to the direct product of complete rings of linear transformations over fields if and only if is a left self-injective ring without nilpotent ideals for which every non-zero left ideal contains a minimal left ideal.
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An essential right ideal of a ring is an ideal such that for all non-zero right ideals of . In a right Ore domain (cf. below) every non-zero right ideal is essential. Let be the set of essential right ideals of ;
is an ideal, called the right singular ideal of .
Let be the multiplicatively closed subset of regular elements of (i.e. non-zero-divisors of ). If satisfies the right Ore condition (cf. Associative rings and algebras), is called a right Ore ring. A right Ore domain is an integral domain that is a right Ore ring.
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