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Examples of compact embedded $\lambda$-hypersurfaces

  title={Examples of compact embedded \$\lambda\$-hypersurfaces},
  author={Qing-ming Cheng and Junqi Lai and Guoxin Wei},
. In the paper, we construct compact embedded λ -hypersurfaces which are diffeomorphic to a sphere and are not isometric to a standard sphere. Hence, one can not expect to have Alexandrov type theorem for λ -hypersurfaces. 



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