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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) : = = = ~(g) + ~(f) . (iii) => (i) : If f, g s I then ~(f) = r By linearity = 0. = 0 and so = 0. e. = O. Hence = O. w The Lie al~ebral of a formal ~rou~ First we list, without proofs, the definitions and results on Lie algebras to be used. Throughout R is a fixed co~atative ring, and all "algebras" are algebras over R.

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.

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