By Fernando Q. Gouvea, Noriko Yui

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E. k is the power of p in the factorization of m. Then vp (m1 m2 ) = vp (m1 ) + vp (m2 ). Extend vp to rational numbers putting vp (0) := ∞ and vp (m/n) = vp (m) − vp (n), this does not depend on the choice of a fractional representation: if m/n = m /n then mn = m n, hence vp (m) + vp (n ) = vp (m ) + vp (n) and vp (m) − vp (n) = vp (m ) − vp (n ). Thus we get the p -adic valuation vp : Q → Z ∪ {+∞}. For non-zero rational numbers a = m/n, b = m /n we get vp (ab) = vp (mm /(nn )) = vp (mm ) − vp (nn ) = vp (m) + vp (m ) − vp (n) − vp (n ) = vp (m) − vp (n) + vp (m ) − vp (n ) = vp (m/n) + vp (m /n ) = vp (a) + vp (b).

Since for u ∈ U the norm NF/Q (u) = σi (u), as the product of units, is a unit in Z, it is equal to ±1. Then |σi (u)| = 1 and log |σ1 (u)| + · · · + log |σr1 (u)| + 2 log(|σr1 +1 (u)| ) + · · · + log(|σr1 +r2 (u)|2 ) = 0. We deduce that the image g(U ) is contained in the hyperplane H ⊂ Rr1 +r2 defined by the equation y1 + · · · + yr1 +r2 = 0. Since g −1 (Z) is finite for every bounded set Z , the intersection g(U ) ∩ Z is finite. 2 g(U ) has a Z -basis {yi } consisting of m r1 + r2 − 1 linearly independent vectors over Z.

So we 32 Alg number theory need to look at prime integer numbers not greater than 7 and their prime ideal divisors as potential candidates for non-principal ideals. 9 it remains prime in OQ(√−19) . 9 they split in OQ(√−19) . It is easy to check that √ √ 5 = (1 + −19)/2 (1 − −19)/2 , √ √ 7 = (3 + −19)/2 (3 − −19)/2 .. 5, since its norm is a prime number. So prime ideal factors of (5), (7) are principal ideals. 9. Thus, OQ(√−19) is a principal ideal domain. Remark. The bound given by c is not good in practical applications.