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The exposition reviews projective types of K3 surfaces whose hyperplane sections are non-Clifford normal curves. those versions are contained in rational common scrolls. The exposition vitamins usual descriptions of types of normal K3 surfaces in projective areas of low measurement, and results in a type of K3 surfaces in projective areas of measurement at so much 10. The authors convey additional the guidelines in Saint-Donat's classical article from 1974, lifting effects from canonical curves to K3 surfaces and incorporating a lot of the Brill-Noether concept of curves and idea of syzygies built in the interim.

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