# Frattini-embedded normal-realizable implies inner-in-automorphism-Frattini

This fact is related to the problem of realization related to the following subgroup-defining function: Frattini subgroup
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## Statement

Suppose $G$ is a Frattini-embedded normal-realizable group: in other words, $G$ can be embedded in some group $H$ as a Frattini-embedded normal subgroup. Then $G$ satisfies the following condition:

The inner automorphism group of $G$ is a Frattini-embedded normal subgroup of the automorphism group of $G$.

## Proof

### Proof outline

Using notation as above, let $G$ be the group and $H$ be a group in which $G$ is embedded as a Frattini-embedded normal subgroup. Then:

• Frattini-embedded normal is quotient-closed: Consider the map from $H$ to $Aut(G)$, sending an element of $H$ to its action on $G$ by conjugation. Let $K$ be the image of $H$. Using the fact that the property of being Frattini-embedded normal is preserved upon taking quotients, we see that $Inn(G)$ is a Frattini-embedded normal subgroup of $K$
• Frattini-embedded normal in subgroup and normal implies Frattini-embedded normal: $Inn(G)$ is normal in $Aut(G)$, and is Frattini-embedded normal in the intermediate subgroup $K$, so this result tells us that $Inn(G)$ is Frattini-embedded normal in $Aut(G)$

In case $Aut(G)$ or $H$ is a finite group, we can in fact use this to conclude that $Inn(G)$ is contained in the Frattini subgroup of $Aut(G)$.