The topological quasigroups with multiple identities
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CHOBAN, Mitrofan; CHIRIAC, Liubomir. The topological quasigroups with multiple identities. In: Quasigroups and Related Systems. 2002, nr. 2(9), pp. 19-31. ISSN 1561-2848.
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Quasigroups and Related Systems
Numărul 2(9) / 2002 / ISSN 1561-2848

The topological quasigroups with multiple identities

Pag. 19-31

Choban Mitrofan, Chiriac Liubomir
Moldova Tiraspol State University
Disponibil în IBN: 10 mai 2016


In this article we describe the topological quasigroups with (n;m)-identities, which are obtained by using isotopies of topological groups. Such quasigroups are called the (n;m)homogeneous quasigroups. Our main goal is to extend some a_rmations of the theory of topological groups on the class of topological (n;m)-homogeneous quasigroups.

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lactate. The results we have obtained allow characterizing the secretion of hydrosalpinx as a biochemically changed, hyperalkaline, hypo-osmolar medium with the low content of microelements and nutrients. The estimation of the concentration of cytokines in the hydrosalpinx fl uid has shown the extremely high secretion
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