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linear preserver; noninvertible element; semisimple Banach algebra; socle
It is proved that a linear surjection $\Phi \:\mathcal A\rightarrow \mathcal B$, which preserves noninvertibility between semisimple, unital, complex Banach algebras, is automatically injective.
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