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- Researching for proof for differences of powers.

I am interested in finding any proofs that exist which demonstrates that the difference between two odd powered integers can never be equal to a square? Has there been any research in this? For example, given this expression a^n -b^n = c^2, where a,b,c are positive integers and a>b, n = odd power. Has there been any proof that an integer solution for this is impossible?