### A characterization of Krull rings with zero divisors

It is proved that a Marot ring is a Krull ring if and only if its monoid of regular elements is a Krull monoid.

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It is proved that a Marot ring is a Krull ring if and only if its monoid of regular elements is a Krull monoid.

Butler groups formed by factoring a completely decomposable group by a rank one group have been studied extensively. We call such groups, bracket groups. We study bracket modules over integral domains. In particular, we are interested in when any bracket $R$-module is $R$ tensor a bracket group.

Using the notion of cyclically pure injective modules, a characterization of rings which are locally valuation rings is established. As applications, new characterizations of Prüfer domains and pure semisimple rings are provided. Namely, we show that a domain R is Prüfer if and only if two of the three classes of pure injective, cyclically pure injective and RD-injective modules are equal. Also, we prove that a commutative ring R is pure semisimple if and only if every R-module is cyclically pure...

Let $A$ and $B$ be commutative rings with identity. An $A$-$B$-biring is an $A$-algebra $S$ together with a lift of the functor ${Hom}_{A}(S,-)$ from $A$-algebras to sets to a functor from $A$-algebras to $B$-algebras. An $A$-plethory is a monoid object in the monoidal category, equipped with the composition product, of $A$-$A$-birings. The polynomial ring $A\left[X\right]$ is an initial object in the category of such structures. The $D$-algebra $Int\left(D\right)$ has such a structure if $D=A$ is a domain such that the natural $D$-algebra homomorphism ${\theta}_{n}:{{\u2a02}_{D}}_{i=1}^{n}Int\left(D\right)\to Int\left({D}^{n}\right)$ is an isomorphism for...