By Wendt R.

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We have to distinguish two cases. First, let us suppose that for any simple root α ∈ , the roots α and σc (α) are not connected in the Dynkin diagram of . In this case, one can easily show that σc (eα ) = eσc (α) , so that s(α) = 1 for all real roots α ∈ re . For any root α ∈ let us denote by ασc its restriction to the subspace hσc ⊂ h. Then the set {mα ασc | α ∈ re } is the set of real roots of an affine root system which we will denote by σc . Now suppose that there exists some α ∈ such that α = σc (α) are not orthogonal.

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We have to distinguish two cases. First, let us suppose that for any simple root α ∈ , the roots α and σc (α) are not connected in the Dynkin diagram of . In this case, one can easily show that σc (eα ) = eσc (α) , so that s(α) = 1 for all real roots α ∈ re . For any root α ∈ let us denote by ασc its restriction to the subspace hσc ⊂ h. Then the set {mα ασc | α ∈ re } is the set of real roots of an affine root system which we will denote by σc . Now suppose that there exists some α ∈ such that α = σc (α) are not orthogonal.