No small subgroup

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This article defines a property that can be evaluated for a topological group (usually, a T0 topological group)
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Definition

A topological group G is said to have no small subgroup (abbreviated NSS) if there exists an open subset U of G containing the identity element and not containing any subgroup of G other than the trivial subgroup.