Minimal characteristic subgroup

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A nontrivial subgroup of a group is termed a minimal characteristic subgroup if it is a characteristic subgroup and does not properly contain any nontrivial characteristic subgroup.


In terms of the minimal operator

This property is obtained by applying the minimal operator to the property: nontrivial characteristic subgroup
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