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    Norm[Wegge-Olsen K theory And C*-algebras]

    Suppose we have a Banach algebra A without unit. We can always embed A into an algebra A\oplus \mathbb{C} with unity such that the elements in A\oplus \mathbb{C} are of the form (a,\alpha), a\in A ,\alpha \in \mathbb{C}.

    We know that under the norm \|(a,\alpha)\| = \|a\|+ |\alpha| , A\oplus \mathbb{C} is a Banach algebra and with the involution (a,\alpha)^*=(a^*,\bar{\alpha}), A\oplus \mathbb{C} ia a Banch *-algebra.

    From the book, it is stated there that A\oplus \mathbb{C} can be a Banach *-algebra under many norms. Can anyone give me any example of norms that can make A\oplus \mathbb{C} a Banach *-algebra?
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    The usual p-norms ( \| (a,b) \|= \left( \| a\|^p+\| b\| ^p\right)^{\frac{1}{p}}) for the direct sum of two Banach spaces might work (the only thing they might not safisfy would be the C-S type inequality with the product but I haven't really checked it).
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