A Brunnian link is a set of linked loops such that each proper sublink is trivial, so that the removal of any component leaves a set of trivial unlinked Unknots. The Borromean Rings are the simplest example and have .

**References**

Rolfsen, D. *Knots and Links.* Wilmington, DE: Publish or Perish Press, 1976.

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