Glasgow Mathematical Journal ( IF 0.548 ) Pub Date : 2020-02-27 , DOI: 10.1017/s0017089520000051
BIN HU; JIANHONG HUANG; ALEXANDER N. SKIBA

Let G be a finite group and σ = {σi| i ∈ I} some partition of the set of all primes $\Bbb{P}$ . Then G is said to be: σ-primary if G is a σi-group for some i; σ-nilpotent if G = G1× … × Gt for some σ-primary groups G1, … , Gt; σ-soluble if every chief factor of G is σ-primary. We use $G^{{\mathfrak{N}}_{\sigma}}$ to denote the σ-nilpotent residual of G, that is, the intersection of all normal subgroups N of G with σ-nilpotent quotient G/N. If G is σ-soluble, then the σ-nilpotent length (denoted by lσ (G)) of G is the length of the shortest normal chain of G with σ-nilpotent factors. Let Nσ (G) be the intersection of the normalizers of the σ-nilpotent residuals of all subgroups of G, that is, $${N_\sigma }(G) = \bigcap\limits_{H \le G} {{N_G}} ({H^{{_\sigma }}}).$$

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