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Amalgamation and the invariant trace field of a Kleinian group

  • Walter D. Neumann (a1) and Alan W. Reid (a1)

Let Γ be a Kleinian group of finite covolume and denote by Γ(2) the subgroup generated by {γ2:γ ∈ Γ}. In [9] the trace field of Γ(2) was shown to be an invariant of the commensurability class of Γ. In [8] this field was termed the invariant trace field of Γ and further properties of this field were studied. Following the notation of [8] we denote the invariant trace field of Γ by k(Γ).

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[10] D. Ruberman . Mutations and volumes of links in S3. Invent. Math. 90 (1987), 189215.

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