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Quasi Principally Injective Modules

  title={Quasi Principally Injective Modules},
  author={M. K. Patel and B. M. Pandeya and A. J. Gupta and V. Venkata Kumar},
In this paper we have studied the properties of quasi principally injective modules related to Hopfian, co-Hopfian, directly finite and epiretractable modules. Apart from this we have proved that every epi-retractable quasi principally injective module is Hopfian. Mathematics Subject Classification: 16D10, 16D50, 16D60 
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