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Moreover, it can be shown  that all the elements of G(H) are linearly independent inH. Inparticular, whenH = IFG, G(H) is the original group G. 26. The antipode of a Hopf algebra is a unital algebra antihomomorphism. Proof. Consider the maps p, T : H ® H - H given by p(a ® b) := S(ab) and T(a ® b) := S(b)S(a). To prove the lemma, it is enough to show that p is a left convolution inverse and that T is a right convolution inverse for the multiplication m: H ® H H. 34) yields m * T(a ® b) = m o (m ® T) (Li,j a; ® bj ® a;' ® bj') = Li,j a;bjS(bj')S(a;') =Li a;E(b)S(a;') = E(a)E(b) 1H = E(ab) 1H = U o EH®H(a ® b).
And if cjJ -l/J is also positive, then cjJ = l/); for we may suppose that Ais unital, and then it is enough to notice that II cjJ - l/J II = (cjJ - l/J) ( 1) = II cjJ II - lll/J II = 0. A linear functional T: A- Cis called tracial if T(ab) = T(ba) for all a, b E A. 20. A positive linear functional of norm one is called a state of the C* -algebra. If A is unital, any state satisfies cjJ (1) = 1. A state cjJ is called faithful if a ~ 0 and cjJ(a) = 0 imply a = 0. A (normalized) trace on A is a nontrivial tracial state.
14. The two constructions are quite similar, although not strictly parallel. Wehave presented them in the form most suitable for our purposes, tobe revealed in Chapter 3. LA C* -algebra basics We collect here, for the reader's convenience, several facts and theorems about C*-algebras as background for the main text. There are many good LA C*-algebra basics 27 textbooks on this subject: we recommend [129, 137,183,266,352,366,481], in no particular order. 16. 18) for all elements a, b of the algebra; this condition guarantees continuity of the product.