Some remarks on stability of cones for the one-phase free boundary problem
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We show that stable cones for the one-phase free boundary problem are hyperplanes in dimension 4. As a corollary, both one and two-phase energy minimizing hypersurfaces are smooth in dimension 4.
KeywordsFree Boundary Minimal Surface Free Boundary Problem Stable Cone Strict Subsolution
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