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A Möbius strip, Möbius band, or Möbius loop also spelled Mobius or Moebius, is a surface with only one side (when embedded in three-dimensional Euclidean.

The discovery of the Möbius strip in the midth century launched a brand new field of mathematics: topology.

The Möbius strip, also called the twisted cylinder (Henle , p. ), is a one- sided nonorientable surface obtained by cutting a closed band into a single strip, .

The Möbius strip, also called the twisted cylinder, is a one-sided surface with no boundaries. It looks like an infinite loop. Like a normal loop, an ant crawling.