Lemma 28.15.2. A normal scheme is geometrically unibranch.
Proof. This follows from the definitions. Namely, a scheme is normal if the local rings are normal domains. It is immediate from the More on Algebra, Definition 15.106.1 that a local normal domain is geometrically unibranch. $\square$
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