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Nelson Dunford. 1 THEOREM . If X is a B - space , then the X topology of the

closed unit

PROOF . If X is separable , let { wn } be a countable dense subset of X , and

define 1 ...

Nelson Dunford. 1 THEOREM . If X is a B - space , then the X topology of the

closed unit

**sphere**S * of X * is a metric topology if and only if X is separable .PROOF . If X is separable , let { wn } be a countable dense subset of X , and

define 1 ...

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5 If the closed unit

finite number of extremal points , then X is not isometrically isomorphic to the

conjugate of any B - space . 6 Let S be a topological space , and let C ( S ) be the

B ...

5 If the closed unit

**sphere**of an infinite dimensional B - space X contains only afinite number of extremal points , then X is not isometrically isomorphic to the

conjugate of any B - space . 6 Let S be a topological space , and let C ( S ) be the

B ...

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Since the closed unit

If S , S * * are the closed unit

natural embedding of X into X * * , then by Theorem V . 4 . 5 , xS is X * - dense in

S ...

Since the closed unit

**sphere**S * of Y * is Y - compact ( V . 4 . 2 ) , it follows from ...If S , S * * are the closed unit

**spheres**in X , X * * , respectively , and if x is thenatural embedding of X into X * * , then by Theorem V . 4 . 5 , xS is X * - dense in

S ...

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Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

Algebraic Preliminaries | 34 |

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