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66.1 Introduction

In this chapter we study “local” properties of general algebraic spaces, i.e., those algebraic spaces which aren't quasi-separated. Quasi-separated algebraic spaces are studied in [Kn]. It turns out that essentially new phenomena happen, especially regarding points and specializations of points, on more general algebraic spaces. On the other hand, for most basic results on algebraic spaces, one needn't worry about these phenomena, which is why we have decided to have this material in a separate chapter following the standard development of the theory.


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Comment #1445 by Matthieu Romagny on

Typo: in the first sentence, replace "talk study" by "study".


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