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2. 3 that we can associate with each weak solution u a pressure that locally belongs to But, we do not have yet any information concerning the integrability at infinity of Our first result is dedicated to this question. 3. 3 has a representative such that with Proof. 3 and let be the associated pressure. 1. 2 yields besides that so we get that and ii) We consider now the other terms of Since is bounded and has bounded derivatives with compact support, it is easy to check that the terms and belong to Proving that is even simpler.
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