**Lie groups and Lie algebras**

by N. Reshetikhin, V. Serganova, R. Borcherds

**Publisher**: UC Berkeley 2006**Number of pages**: 179

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From the table of contents: Tangent Lie algebras to Lie groups; Simply Connected Lie Groups; Hopf Algebras; The PBW Theorem and Deformations; Lie algebra cohomology; Engel's Theorem and Lie's Theorem; Cartan Criterion, Whitehead and Weyl Theorems; etc.

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