Alan Frazier

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Let R be a commutative ring with Z(R), its set of zero divisors. The total zero divisor graph of R, denoted Z(?(R)) is the undirected (simple) graph with vertices Z(R)*=Z(R)-{0}, the set of nonzero zero divisors of R. and for distinct x, y ? z(R)*, the vertices x and y are adjacent if and only if x + y ? z(R). In this paper prove that let R is commutative(More)
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