Is the Bruhat cell Zariski-open in a connected algebraic group $G$? Specifically, is the big Bruhat cell Zariski-open (and maybe Zariski-dense)?

Is it true for all the Bruhat cells?


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    $\begingroup$ The top dimensional Bruhat cell is Zarisli open and dense; and, of course, all the others cells are not. You will find this in any book on algebraic groups, e.g. Linear Algebraic Groups by A. Borel. $\endgroup$ – abx Jul 8 at 15:58
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    $\begingroup$ Zariski open implies Zariski dense in a connected algebraic group. $\endgroup$ – LSpice Jul 9 at 20:57