By Wehrfritz B.A.F.
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For the particular Lie algebrsswhich we shall have to consider this also follows from the explicit description to be given below. 1) we obtain a map E : HOmLie(Li,L 2) § HOmBialg(E(Ll),E(L2) ). In fact given a homomorphism ~ : L I + L 2 of Lie algebras there is one and only one homomorphism E(~) : E(L I) § E(L 2) of associative algebras so that L1 - ) L2 F,(~) ECh) co~zm~es, [ ~ECL2) -46- In view of the obvious functorial properties of the maps D, a and ~ associated with each L, with these. B. E(m) will in fact commute In other words E is a functor frgm Lie algebras t o bialgebras.
43 - PROOF (i) => (ii): By Prop. 4 (ii) holds for u = Ai, hence by W R-linearity of ~ for all u E T(Rn). (ii) => (iii) :
In each case it then suffices to verify that the images of the generators di of the algebra E(LF) coincide, and this follows from the explicit description given earlier on. PROOF o_~fTheorem i (D and w Prop. 4). (i) is just Lamina 2. (iii) follows from the fact that F ~-~ LF is a functor, end from (ii). For (ii), we recall (cf. II w Theorem i) that Hom~(F,G) ~ HOmBialg(Un,PF ; Um,PG) Cn = dim F, m = dim G). Recalling the way ~ and Lf were defined, we see now that it suffices to prove that the map 9 HOmBialgCUn,PF ; Um,PG) § HOmLi e (~,L G) is bijective.