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3 Surjectivity of ∂ ∂ ∂ We prove that ∂ = 12 ( ∂x + i ∂y ) is surjective on C ∞ (Ω) for each open set Ω ⊆ C. This is obtained in a similar way. We choose an exhaustion as in the ﬁrst example and set Xn = H(Ωn ) and Yn = Zn = C ∞ (Ωn ). The spectral maps are once more the restrictions, fn : Xn → Yn is the embedding and gn = ∂ : Yn → Zn . 8 we have to solve ∂g = f in Ωn for a function f ∈ C ∞ (Ωn+1 ) and this can be done by choosing a C ∞ -function ϕ with support (f ϕ)(ζ) 2 in Ωn+1 which takes the value 1 on Ω n and setting g(z) = −1 π C ζ−z dλ (ζ) 2 2 where λ is the two-dimensional Lebesque measure on C ∼ =R .

Xm , . . , xk−1 , 0, . ) + (0, . . , xk , xk+1 , . ) also belongs to this set, since j

For any locally convex 44 3 The projective limit functor for countable spectra spectrum X = (Xn , n m) the dual Y = (Proj X ) is the union ( n∈N n t ) (Xn ). If the steps are (LB-spaces), Xn endowed with the strong topologies are Fr´echet spaces, hence Y endowed with the ﬁnest locally convex topology such that all ( n )t : Xn −→ Y are continuous is an (LF)-space. However, good results for (LF)-spaces require injective inductive spectra. 6. The proof is taken from [69]. 7 Let Yn be Fr´echet spaces with fundamental sequences ( n,N )N ∈N of seminorms and let im n : Yn −→ Ym be injective linear conk tinuous maps with ikm ◦ im = i and inn = idYn such that the inductive limit n n Y = indYn is separated and locally complete.