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Definition 6 see [16,18]. Here w is either zero or a solution to 7 and e s is some.

This characterization is obtained through the construction of a suitable pseudogradient at infinity for which the Palais-Smale condition is satisfied along the decreasing flow-lines as long as these flow lines do not. Now we introduce the following main result.

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We will prove Theorem 9 at the end of the section. Now we state two results which deal with two specific cases of Theorem 9. Proposition 10 see [11], Proposition 3. Proposition Observe that in V1 p, e the interaction of two bubbles is negligible with respect to the self-interaction. Similar phenomena occur for the scalar curvature problem, see [21], so the proof of Proposition 11 is similar to the corresponding statement in [21].

We claim that Xi is bounded. Hence our claim follows. Lemma One then has. Proof of Theorem 9. In order to complete the construction of the pseudogradient W suggested in Theorem 9, it only. Notethatifw1 g V1 71;e ,then the pseudo-gradient W1 u1 does not increase the maximum of the A;'s, i e I1. Using Proposition 11, we have. Using 54 and 55 , we find that. These estimates yield. We need to add the remainder indices i e J2. Thus using Proposition 10, we apply. Since u2 e V2 tyI2, e , by Proposition 10, we can apply the associated vector field which we will denote by V1.

We get. Fix i0 e I2 and let. Let V2 be this vector field. By Proposition 11 we have. Thus by 55 , we get. Let V1 resp. Subset 2. In this region, the construction of the pseudo-gradient W proceeds exactly as the proof of Theorem 3. Now, arguing as in Appendix 2 of [16], see also Appendix B of [18], claim ii of Theorem 9 follows from i and Proposition 5.

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This completes the proof of Theorem 9. We prove the existence result by contradiction.

1 Introduction and main results

It follows from Corollary These manifolds can be easily described once a finite-dimensional reduction like the one we performed in Section 3 is established. By using a deformation lemma see [22, proposition 7. Now, arguing as in the proof of theorem of [18, pages ], we prove that such a critical point is positive. To prove the multiplicity part of the statement, we observe that it follows from Sard-Smale theorem that for generic K's, the solutions to 7 are all nondegenerate, in the sense that the associated linearized operator does not admit zero as eigenvalue.

We need to introduce the following lemma extracted from [11]. Lemma 15 see [11, Section 3. Let w be a solution to 7.


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Once the existence of mixed critical points at infinity is ruled out, it follows from the previous arguments that. In this last section of this paper, we give a generalization of Theorem 1. Namely, in view of the result of Theorem 1, one may think about the situation where the degree d given in Theorem 1 is equal to zero; that is, the total sum in d is equal to 1, but a partial one is not equal to 1.

A natural question arises: is it possible in this case to use such information to derive an existence result? In the following theorem we give a partial answer to this question.

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Theorem If there exists k e N such that. Let I j be the maximal index over all elements of CTO. Let U denote the image of such a contraction. To prove the first part of Theorem 16, arguing by contradiction, we assume that 7 has no solution. Using the pseudo-gradient constructed in Theorem 9, we can deform U.

By transversality arguments, we can assume that such a deformation avoids all critical points at infinity of index.

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