So i'm looking for an example of an infinite integral domain with finite characterestic. That is a infinite integral domain such that there is a prime p such that p copies of any element added together is the additive identity.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm just looking for a simple counterexample. I'm working through Herstein's (Topics..) Ring chapter and this is the problem set after chapter 3.2.

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# Simple counterexample for claim about integral domains

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