# A question about the (motivic) integral cohomology of the Eilenberg-MacLane spectrum

Let $$H\mathbb{Z}$$ be the Eilenberg-MacLane spectrum. Let $$n\geq 0$$ be any integer.

Is it known the structure of the group $$[H\mathbb{Z},\Sigma^{n}H\mathbb{Z}]$$?

Is there any reference in this direction?

What about of its motivic version, i.e. if $$M\mathbb{Z}$$ denotes the motivic Eilenberg-MacLane spectrum,

What $$[M\mathbb{Z},\Sigma^{2n,n}M\mathbb{Z}]$$ is?

I would appreciate any help.

I'll focus on integral homology. Let $$A$$ be an abelian group and consider the stable homology group $$H\mathbb{Z}_n HA = \pi_n(H\mathbb{Z} \wedge HA) \cong H_{m+n}(K(A,m);\mathbb{Z})$$ for $$m > n$$ (the stable range). Eilenberg and MacLane give us: $$H\mathbb{Z}_n HA = \begin{cases} A &n = 0 \\ 0 &n = 1 \\ A/2 &n = 2 \\ \mbox{}_2 A &n = 3 \\ A/2 \oplus A/3 &n = 4 \\ \mbox{}_2 A \oplus \mbox{}_3 A &n = 5 \\ \end{cases}$$ respectively in Theorems 20.3, 20.5, 23.1, 24.1, 25.1, and 25.3. (Ok, the cases $$n=0,1$$ are rather an exercise.) Here, $$\mbox{}_2 A$$ denotes the $$2$$-torsion subgroup of $$A$$. Sections 26-27 address the cohomology $$H^*(K(A,m); \mathbb{Z})$$ for small $$m$$.
Section 5 of Cartan and Section 6 of this Séminaire Henri Cartan provide a way to compute $$H\mathbb{Z}_n HA$$ entirely. It is a torsion group whose $$p$$-primary part is a finite direct sum of copies of $$A/p$$ and $$\mbox{}_p A$$ indexed by some combinatorial formulas.
For a nice base scheme $$S$$ (say, essentially smooth over a field), we have$$M\mathbb{Z}^{0,0}M\mathbb{Z} = \mathbb{Z}^{\pi_0(S)},$$where $$\pi_0(S)$$ denotes the set of connected components of the base scheme $$S$$. See Lemma 6.14 in this preprint and the references therein.
In Lemma 4.10, we had an $$M\mathbb{Z}$$-module map $$M\mathbb{Z} \to \Sigma^{2,1} M\mathbb{Z}$$, which corresponds to a map $$\mathbf{1} \to \Sigma^{2,1} M\mathbb{Z}$$ in $$SH(S)$$. Those are given by $$[\mathbf{1}, \Sigma^{2,1} M\mathbb{Z}] = H^{2,1}(S;\mathbb{Z}) = \mathrm{Pic}(S),$$the Picard group of the base scheme $$S$$ (see Lemma 4.8). I'm not sure what maps $$[M\mathbb{Z}, \Sigma^{2,1} M\mathbb{Z}]$$ in $$SH(S)$$ look like.