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25 For any natural numbern there is a subfield Kn of the real number field R such that ( 1) Kn is not real closed. (2) For each positive number a in Kn the square root Va belongs to Kn· (3) Every polynomial in Kn[X] of odd degree n has a root in Kn· Proof. Let F0 , F11 F2, ... be the sequence of number fields defined inductively as follows: Let F0 be the rational number field Q. Let Ft+l be the field obtained from Ft by adjoining all square roots of positive numbers in Fi and all real algebraic numbers whose degree relative to Ft is an odd number ::; n.
We sketch a proof of the theorem: In this context the 11 1 -ordered fields play an important role. Generally, a totally ordered set E is called an 111 -set if for any two at most countable subsets A and B, where a < b for all a EA and all b EB, there exists an element x E E satisfying a< x < b for all a E A and all b E B. In particular, by taking A= 0 or B = 0 it follows that an 111-set has no countable subset that is coinitial or cofinal. A real closed field has a unique ordering S (as an ordered field), defined by letting the squares be the positive elements.
Fields, modules, ... 12 A class C of rings (resp. fields, modules, ... ) is axiomatizable if and only if C is closed under elementary equivalence and under formation of ultra products. Proof. If C is axiomatizable it is clearly closed with respect to elementary equivalence and in view of Los's theorem also under formation of ultraproducts. Assume conversely that Chas both properties and let A be a model for Th(C), the set of all (first order) sentences true in all models in C. Let I = Th(A) be the set of all sentences a true in A.