I have to answer the following question:
Compute the prime ideals of the localization of $\mathbb Z$ given by the multiplicative set of the powers of $n$ (such that $n>1$) and find the nilradical of this ring.
I have thought this:
Let $\mathbb Z _n$ be such localization. I will use the following theorem:
Let $S$ be a multiplicative set. There exists a bijection between the prime ideals $P$ of $A$ such that $P\cap S = \emptyset$ and the prime ideals of $A_S$.
Let $P=(p)$ (with $p$ prime number) be a prime ideal of $\mathbb Z$, then it is bijective to a prime ideal of $\mathbb Z_n$ only if $n\notin (p)$.
Is this reasoning right? How can I approach the part about the nilradical?