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Then G is Now let G connected. , there exists a matrix g in GLn(K) such that gGg-i is contained in the group U n of upper unitriangular matrices. It follows, in particular, that G is nilpotent. - (6, for i = 0, . . , n - 1. Note that most of the above statements do not carry over for positive characteristic. We shall require a technical assertion about unipotent groups. such that the factors Gi/Gi+1 are isomorphic to G, or (6,. 5) of K-subgroups such that the Gi/Gi+l are K-isomorphic to 6 , or G,, then G is said to be K-split.

T,) I-+ ti, and II = { E ~- ~ i + l : i = I , . . , n - 1 ) . For each j = 1,... , n - 1, put Xj(t) = t l . . tj. Then wai (Aj) = Aj - &ai, and consequently G is simply connected. 13. Semisimple groups. The concept of isogeny is useful in analyzing semisimple groups. We recall that an isogeny is a surjective morphism f : G + H of algebraic groups having finite kernel. (For characteristic > 0 the class of isogenies admissible as far as the classification of semisimple groups is concerned must be restricted somewhat, to the central isogenies.

The desired embedding is given by In this book we shall study algebraic groups defined over a subfield K of R, usually either an algebraic number field or its completion. In this regard, recall that an algebraic group G c GL,(R) is said to be defined over K(or simply a K-group) if a, the ideal of the coordinate ring A of GL,(R) consisting of those polynomials that vanish on G, is generated by a~ = a n AK, where AK = K[x11, . . ,x,,, det(xij)-'1. (Henceforth we shall use systematically the notation AK, a ~ and , analogous symbols to denote the corresponding K-objects, even in quite diverse situations.