I'm trying to make headway on a question for my undergraduate honors thesis, specifically the question of which rings of integer-valued polynomials if any satisfy the QR-property; that is, the property that all overrings are rings of quotients with respect to some multiplicative subsets.
But, this occurred to, which I'm not exactly proud of given the topic of my thesis and the length of time I've worked on it: I can't think of a concrete example of an integral domain that does not satisfy the QR-property and a corresponding overring of it that is not a ring of quotients of that domain. Does anyone here have any good examples, preferably something somewhat concrete I can share with beginning students (since I'll be presenting this at an undergraduate conference)? I'm honestly unsure if this question is too elementary, and if it is, I apologize.
Thanks so much!