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The commuting graph of an arbitrary ring $R$, denoted by $Γ(R)$, is a graph whose vertices are all non-central elements of $R$, and two distinct vertices $a$ and $b$ are adjacent if and only if $ab = ba$. In this paper, we investigate the connectivity and the diameter of $Γ(Z_n S_3)$. We show that $Γ(Z_n S_3)$ is connected if and only if $n$ is not a prime number. If $Γ(Z_n S_3)$ is connected then diam $(Γ(Z_n S_3)) = 3$, while if $Γ(Z_n S_3)$ is disconnected then every connected component of $Γ(Z_n S_3)$ must be a complete graph with same size, and we completely determine the vertice set of every connected component.

}, issn = {2707-8523}, doi = {https://doi.org/}, url = {http://global-sci.org/intro/article_detail/cmr/19034.html} }The commuting graph of an arbitrary ring $R$, denoted by $Γ(R)$, is a graph whose vertices are all non-central elements of $R$, and two distinct vertices $a$ and $b$ are adjacent if and only if $ab = ba$. In this paper, we investigate the connectivity and the diameter of $Γ(Z_n S_3)$. We show that $Γ(Z_n S_3)$ is connected if and only if $n$ is not a prime number. If $Γ(Z_n S_3)$ is connected then diam $(Γ(Z_n S_3)) = 3$, while if $Γ(Z_n S_3)$ is disconnected then every connected component of $Γ(Z_n S_3)$ must be a complete graph with same size, and we completely determine the vertice set of every connected component.

*Communications in Mathematical Research*.

*28*(4). 313-323. doi: