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Evidently, an integral domain R with quotient field K is a pseudovaluation domain if and only if R C K is a strong extension. The following is an example of of a strong overring extension R C T of domains for which neither R nor T is quasilocal, (and hence neither R nor T is a pseudo-valuation domain. 1. 1];. Let L be the quotient field of Z[X], and V — L + XL[[X}] (observe that V is a valuation domain with maximal ideal XL[[X]}). SetR=Z + XL[[X\\ and T = Z[X] + XL[[X]]. Then RcT is a strong overring extension with the stated properties.

Lemma. Let M G Mc, N £ CM. For every W £ R-Mod there exist two canonical R-linear maps j w • W ® (MCN) —> (W ® M)CN, fiw • (McN) ® W —> Mc{N ® W). Moreover, the following are equivalent (1) MCN is W-pure in M ® N'. (2) 7n/ is an isomorphism. (3) Hw is an isomorphism. Remark:. 3. fi-Mod and consider the following diagram, 0[r]W <8> {McN)[r]@— >[d\