Finite-p-potentially characteristic subgroup

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Suppose p is a prime number and G is a finite p-group (i.e., a group of prime power order). In other words, G is a group of prime power order. A subgroup H of G is termed a finite-p-potentially characteristic subgroup if there exists a finite p-group K containing G such that H is a characteristic subgroup of K.


Relation with other properties

The generalization of this property to finite groups, rather than just finite p-groups, is the property of being a finite-pi-potentially characteristic subgroup.

Stronger properties

Weaker properties