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arrange in a series of rings or chains, as for spores

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having a chainlike form

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Example 3 (the catenoid of the 2nd kind is shown in Figure 2).
Therefore, the surface of catenoid of the 2nd kind is minimal.
Example 4 (the catenoid of the 3rd kind is shown in Figure 3).
Therefore, the surface of catenoid of the 3rd kind is minimal.
Until the work of Hoffman and Meeks, the plane, catenoid and helicoid (imagine a soap film stretching along the curves of an infinitely long helix or spiral) were the only known examples of complete, embedded, minimal surfaces of finite topology.
Two holes pierce the lower surface of the skirt and join to form one catenoid that sweeps upward.
Mathematical clues indicated that the surface contained two catenoids and a plane that all somehow sprouted from the center of the figure.
However, the Laplacian of the Gauss map of several surfaces and hypersurfaces, such as catenoids and right cones in [E.sup.3] [10], generalized catenoids and right n-cones in [E.sup.n+1] [11], and helicoids of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd kind, conjugate Enneper's surfaces of the second kind, and B-scrolls in [E.sub.1.sup.3] [16] take the form
For instance, when [alpha] = 0, the generalized catenoids of the first and the third kind have proper pointwise 1-type Gauss map of the first kind.
For instance, when [??] = 0, the generalized catenoids of the second and the fourth kind have proper pointwise 1-type Gauss map of the first kind.
For instance, when [??] = 0, the generalized catenoids of the fifth kind have proper pointwise 1-type Gauss map of the first kind.