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By Annalisa Marcja, Carlo Toffalori

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Now let p be a pri me, or p = o. Also the class of (algebraically closed) fields of characteristic p is elementary; for, it suffices to add to the previous sentences the one saying that the sum of p t imes 1 is 0 when p is a prime, or, when p = 0, the negations of all t hese sentences. In conclusion, for every p prime or equal to 0, we can introduce the theory ACFp of algebraically closed fi elds of charact eristic p. Among the algebraically closed fields in characteris tic 0 recall the complex field C , as well as the (countable) field C o of complex algebraic numbers; th eir th eories contain ACF o, and one may wonder if they eq ual ACF o.

In fact t he definition itself of field can be writ ten as a series of first order sentences (in most cases , of universal first order sentences) in L . For instance says that a ny non zero element has an inver se. Also t he class of algebraically closed fields is elementary, although the corres ponding check is a lit tle subt ler. In fact what we have to say now is that , for every natural n , any (monic) polynomial of degree n + 1 has at least one root. So the point is how to quantify over polynomials of deg ree n + 1.

36 CHAPTER 1. STR UCTUR ES An eleme nt a E A is X -definabl e if it s singleton is. Of course, every a is A-definabl e (by v = a). Bu t , when a rJ. X , things are not so t rivial. 2 Fi x a struct ure A of L a nd a positive integer n. 1. Let X be a subset of A . T he X-definable subset of A n form a subalgebra of the Boolean algebra of all t he subset of A n. In other words, both A n a nd 0 are X-definable (by t he formulas VI = VI and '(VI = vd respectively) , and , if Do and D I are two X-definable subsets of A n, t hen even th eir union DoUDI , t heir intersection DonD I and the compleme nt A n - Do are X-definabl e (if

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