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The "only if-parts, that is, the assertions that these conditions are sharp, are more recent (although there was never any doubt about the outcome). These sharp embeddings and a detailed discussion of some related delicate limiting problems may be found in [SicT]. We restrict ourselves here to a discussion of only a very few of these results. We emphasise that we shall not need the "only if-parts in what follows in this book, whereas the "if-parts, which will be used in the sequel, are well covered by the literature.
Hence, secondly, we discuss and establish these properties in detail; this forms the main bulk of the chapter. Thirdly, we have occasionally yielded to the temptation to report on selected recent results which provide a better understanding of what is going on. Of course, these are related to our subject, but do not enter the main stream of our arguments. In these cases we do not give proofs, but simply refer to the original papers. 1 Definitions Let R" be Euclidean n-space and let N be the collection of all natural numbers.
As the proof of the "only if-part (necessary conditions) is rather sophisticated and this part will not be subsequently needed here, we refer to [SicT] for details of it. All spaces are defined on R", which again justifies our omission of "R n " in what follows. Theorem Let s > 0; q\, q2, q € (0,oo]; ru r2 e (1, oo), - = — + — < 1. r n r2 (4) (i) Then B r°q (5) if, and only if, 0 < qi < r\, 0 < q2 < r2, max(^i,^ 2 ) < q < co.