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FINITE GROUPS WHICH ARE MINIMAL WITH RESPECT TO S-QUASINORMALITY AND SELF-NORMALITY
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FINITE GROUPS WHICH ARE MINIMAL WITH RESPECT TO S-QUASINORMALITY AND SELF-NORMALITY
Han, Zhangjia; Shi, Huaguo; Zhou, Wei;
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 Abstract
An -group G is a group in which every proper subgroup of G is either s-quasinormal or self-normalizing and a minimal non--group is a group which is not an -group but all of whose proper subgroups are -groups. In this note all the finite minimal non--groups are determined.
 Keywords
s-quasinormal subgroups;self-normalizing subgroups;-groups;minimal non--groups;
 Language
English
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