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Then the Cartan subalgebras of c are the Cartan subalgebras of g containing a. Let h be a Cartan subalgebra of c. Since a is contained in the centre z of c, a ⊂ z ⊂ h (Prop. 5). Let n be the normalizer of h in g. Then [a, n] ⊂ [h, n] ⊂ h. Since the adg x, x ∈ a, are semi-simple and commute with each other, it follows from Algebra, Chap. VIII, §5, no. 1, that there exists a vector subspace d of n stable under adg a and such that n = h ⊕ d. Then [a, d] ⊂ h ∩ d = 0, so d ⊂ c. Thus, n is the normalizer of h in c, and hence n = h, so h is a Cartan subalgebra of g containing a.
LINEAR LIE ALGEBRAS OF NILPOTENT ENDOMORPHISMS Lemma 1. Let n be a Lie subalgebra of gl(V) consisting of nilpotent endomorphisms, and N the subgroup exp n of GL(V) (§3, no. 1, Lemma 1). (i) Let ρ be a ﬁnite dimensional linear representation of n on W, such that the elements of ρ(n) are nilpotent, W a vector subspace of W stable under ρ, ρ1 and ρ2 the subrepresentation and quotient representation of ρ deﬁned by W , π, π1 , π2 the representations of N compatible with ρ, ρ1 , ρ2 (§3, no. 1). Then π1 , π2 are the subrepresentation and quotient representation of π deﬁned by W .
1), an element g ∈ G is regular if, for all elements g in a neighbourhood of g in G, the dimension of the nilspace of Ad(g ) − 1 is equal to the dimension of the nilspace of Ad(g) − 1. PROPOSITION 2. Let G be a ﬁnite dimensional Lie group over k and f an open morphism from G to G . The image under f of a regular element of G is a regular element of G . If the kernel of f is contained in the centre of G, an element g ∈ G is regular if and only if f (g) is regular. Indeed, let g be the Lie algebra of G and h the ideal in g given by the kernel of Tf |g.
Abstract Algebra (3rd Edition) by David S. Dummit, Richard M. Foote