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On RC-spaces

Bielas, Wojciech; Plewik, Szymon;
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  • Published: 26 May 2018
Following Frink's characterization of completely regular spaces, we say that a regular T_1-space is an RC-space whenever the family of all regular open sets constitutes a regular normal base. Normal spaces are RC-spaces and there exist completely regular spaces which are not RC-spaces. So the question arises, which of the known examples of completely regular and not normal spaces are RC-spaces. We show that the Niemytzki plane and the Sorgenfrey plane are RC-spaces.
free text keywords: Mathematics - General Topology, Primary: 54, Secondary: 05
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