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### return structure constants of Iwahori-Hecke algebra as a list of pairs

I would like to return the result of multiplication in an Iwahori-Hecke algebra not as the element on the right hand side of $$C'_xC'_y=\sum_z h_{x,y,z}C'_z$$

but as a list of pairs $(z, h_{x,y,z})$.

Is this possible? Can this list be created from the usual setup, e.g.

R.<v> = LaurentPolynomialRing(ZZ)
H = IwahoriHeckeAlgebra(['A',2,1], v^2)
W= H.coxeter_group()
s= W.simple_reflections();s
Cp=H.Cp()

Cp.product_on_basis(s[1], s[2]*s[1])
Cp[1,2,1] + Cp[1]


which returns $\sum_z h_{x,y,z}C'_z$?

### return structure constants of Iwahori-Hecke algebra as a list of pairs

I would like to return the result of multiplication in an Iwahori-Hecke algebra not as the element on the right hand side of $$C'_xC'_y=\sum_z h_{x,y,z}C'_z$$

but as a list of pairs $(z, h_{x,y,z})$.

Is this possible? It is easy to return a vector of just the coefficients without the index $z$: Can this list be created from the usual setup, e.g.

R.<v> = LaurentPolynomialRing(ZZ)
H = IwahoriHeckeAlgebra(['A',2,1], v^2)
W= H.coxeter_group()
s= W.simple_reflections();s
Cp=H.Cp()
C=H.C()
Cp.product_on_basis(s[1], C.product_on_basis(s[1], s[2]*s[1])
Cp[1,2,1] + Cp[1]

(C.product_on_basis(s[1], s[2]*s[1])).coefficients()
[1, 1]


which returns $\sum_z h_{x,y,z}C'_z$?But how can I also remember the indices $z$?