Hi, the question is exactly "why a reduced ring (commutative with 1) can be embedded into a sum of integral rings?" Is this simply because in the normalization process we can have many irreducible component?

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hasbeen asked -- and answered, and the answer has been accepted -- on math.SE. – Pete L. Clark Feb 3 '11 at 18:46