Surjective stability for the K1-functor for some exceptional chevalley groups

@article{Plotkin1993SurjectiveSF,
  title={Surjective stability for the K1-functor for some exceptional chevalley groups},
  author={E. Plotkin},
  journal={Journal of Soviet Mathematics},
  year={1993},
  volume={64},
  pages={751-766}
}
  • E. Plotkin
  • Published 1993
  • Mathematics
  • Journal of Soviet Mathematics
Proofs are given for results on surjective stability for the K1-functor for some exceptional Chevalley groups of normal types. Conditions are given (in terms of absolute stable rank) for stability for inclusions of Chevalley groups associated with maximal Standard inclusions of root Systems. The proofs are based on ideas of M. R. Stein. 

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