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Pages with no navigation, images with no text, domains with no content... These are hardly what Google was imagining when they launched AdSense, but anyway only they can tell you whether your specific setup will get you banned.
Next question...how do you target blank pages for top SERPS?
This recent thread [webmasterworld.com] in the Google search forum gives an interesting way to boost a page without content to the top of the SERPs.
Back on subject, I know some one-page sites with little or no content and no exit links with AdSense ads on it. I discovered some because my AdWords ads appeared on them. On my advice a Google employee looked at the sites and advised me to use my AdWords site filter to stop displaying my ads on these locations but they didn't close the AdSense account of this publisher. The one page sites are still in the air after my report about six months ago.
So the situation is pretty grey at best. You might get away with pages without outgoing links but don't count on it.