Is there any commutative ring that satisfies all of the following:
1) when two numbers are multiplied, the resulting product can only be dissected into these two numbers or their "prime factor" multiplication form or multiplicative identity times the product. ( 1) excludes the case when multiplicative identity and some number are multiplied.)
2) when two numbers are added, the resulting sum can only be dissected into these two numbers or the sum of additive identity and the resulting sum. ( 2) excludes the case when additive identity and some number are added.)
Edit-3) For the aforementioned two cases, the following construction is considered equivalent: $(x+y)+z = x+(y+z)$ and commutative multiplication cases.
Edit-optional-4) Multiplicative identity and additive identity do not have to exist in the commutative ring. In this case, by "commutative ring", I mean commutative ring minus multiplicative identity and additive identity.
I assume non-trivial case.
Edit: I also assume that the number of non-equivalent elements are at least countable infinite.
Edit: What happens if we remove the assumption of multiplicative identity and additive identity from commutative ring?