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We obtain new results for consistent braneworld Kaluza-Klein reductions, showing how we can derive four-dimensional N = 2 gauged supergravity " localised on the AdS 4 brane " as an exact embedding in five-dimensional N = 4 gauged supergravity. Similarly, we obtain five-dimensional N = 2 gauged supergravity localised on an AdS 5 brane as a consistent(More)
Type IIB supergravity can be consistently truncated to the metric and the self-dual 5-form. We obtain the complete non-linear Kaluza-Klein S 5 reduction Ansatz for this theory, giving rise to gravity coupled to the fifteen Yang-Mills gauge fields of SO(6) and the twenty scalars of the coset SL(6, IR)/SO(6). This provides a consistent embedding of this(More)
The geometry, electronic, and structural properties of an unusually stable boron cage made of 80 boron atoms are studied, using ab initio calculations. The shape of this cluster is very similar to that of the well-known C60 fullerene, but in the B80 case, there is an additional atom in the center of each hexagon. The resulting cage preserves the Ih(More)
We investigate the properties of nanotubes obtained from recently described boron r-sheet, using density functional theory. Computations confirm their high stability and identify mechanical stiffness parameters. This allows one to further analyze the basic vibrations, including the radial breathing mode Raman frequency, f RBM) 210(nm/d) cm-1. Careful(More)
A consistent truncation of IIB on S 5 has been obtained in the sector of the metric and the 4-form potential. The ansatz contains 20 scalars and all 15 gauge fields of N = 8 gauged supergravity in five dimensions. With this fully non-linear ansatz, the calculations for n-point correlators of super Yang-Mills (SYM) theory via AdS/CFT are simpler than those(More)
We study the effect of twist on the electronic structure of H-terminated armchair graphene nanoribbons, for both relaxed and unrelaxed unit cell size. We investigate the band gap change as a function of the twist angle for different ribbon widths. In the case of unrelaxed unit cell size, the band gap closes for smaller twist angles as opposed to relaxed(More)
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