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Could someone please tell me or give me a ref. on the basic properties of

Gl(n,R) ; R a ring; possibly a division ring, and Gl(n,R) the group (under composition)

of matrices invertible over R ? (I imagine we need a ring R with 1 , to talk about

invertibility). I mostly would like to see how the properties of Gl(n,R) are different

from those of Gl(n,F) , where F is a field.

Thanks.

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# Properties of Gl(n,R); R a ring/division ring

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