Unions Of Left-Separated Spaces
Acta Mathematica Hungarica
A space is left-separated if it has a well ordering for which initial segments are closed. We explore when the union of two left-separated spaces must be left-separated. We prove that if X and Y are left-separated and X∪ Y is locally countable, then whenever ord ℓ(Y) ≤ ω1, X∪ Y is left-separated. In 1986, Fleissner  proved that if a space has a point-countable base, then it is left-separated if and only if it is σ-weakly separated. We provide a new proof of this result using elementary submodels and add an additional characterization.
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Scheidecker, E. and Stanley, A., "Unions Of Left-Separated Spaces" (2018). Faculty Publications. 749.