Complete multipartite graphs range from complete graphs (with every partite set a singleton) to edgeless graphs (with a unique partite set). Requiring minimal separators to all induce one or the other of these extremes characterizes, respectively, the classical chordal graphs and the emergent unichord-free graphs. New theorems characterize several subclasses of the graphs whose minimal separators induce complete multipartite subgraphs, in particular the graphs that are 2-clique sums of complete, cycle, wheel, and octahedron graphs.
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