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1) Besides, G∗ H ∗ is closed. Proof By Def. 2) ∗ ∗ Dom G H = {Φ ∈ H3 : H Φ ∈ Dom G }. 3) G is densely deﬁned. 2), so is HG. It immediately follows that (HG)∗ ⊃ G∗ H ∗ . Suppose that Ψ ∈ Dom(HG)∗ . This means that for some C |(Ψ|HGΦ)| ≤ C Φ , Φ ∈ Dom G. Thus |(H ∗ Ψ|GΦ)| ≤ C Φ , Φ ∈ Dom G. Hence, H ∗ Ψ ∈ Dom G∗ . Thus (HG)∗ ⊂ G∗ H ∗ . 1). G∗ H ∗ is closed as the adjoint of a densely deﬁned operator. 5 Compact operators Let H1 , H2 , H be real or complex Hilbert spaces. 36 We denote by B∞ (H1 , H2 ) the space of compact operators from H1 to H2 and set B∞ (H) := B∞ (H, H).

Let B > 0. Let us introduce the scale of Hilbert spaces associated with B. The Hilbert space H will play the role of a “pivot” space. If H is real, we will identify H# with H, and if H is complex, we identify H∗ with H, using the scalar product. 59 We equip Dom B −s with the scalar product (Φ|Ψ)−s := (B −s Φ|B −s Ψ) and the norm B −s Φ . We set B s H := Dom B −s cpl . 60 (1) B −s H = Dom B s if s ≥ 0 and 0 ∈ spec B. (2) B t : Dom B −s ∩ Dom B t → Dom B −s−t extends continuously to a unitary map from B s H to B s+t H.

The set of bounded selfadjoint, resp. anti-self-adjoint operators on H is denoted by Bs (H), resp. Ba (H). The set of all self-adjoint, resp. anti-self-adjoint operators on H is denoted by Cls (H), resp. Cla (H). Self-adjoint and anti-self-adjoint operators are automatically closed. 35 Let G ∈ Cl(H1 , H2 ), H ∈ B(H2 , H3 ). We deﬁne HG and G∗ H ∗ with their natural domains, as in Def. 23. Then HG is densely deﬁned, so that we can deﬁne its adjoint, and we have (HG)∗ = G∗ H ∗ . 1) Besides, G∗ H ∗ is closed.