Delocalized, non-SUSY p-branes, tachyon condensation and tachyon matter

@article{Lu2004DelocalizedNP,
  title={Delocalized, non-SUSY p-branes, tachyon condensation and tachyon matter},
  author={J. X. Lu and Shuvayu Roy},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2004},
  volume={2004},
  pages={008-008}
}
  • J. X. LuS. Roy
  • Published 2 September 2004
  • Physics
  • Journal of High Energy Physics
We construct non-supersymmetricp-brane solutions of type II supergravities in arbitrary dimensions (d) delocalized in one of the spatial transverse directions. By a Wick rotation we convert these solutions into Euclidean p-branes delocalized in the transverse time-like direction. The former solutions in d = 10 nicely interpolate between the (p + 1)- dimensional non-BPS D-branes and the p-dimensional BPS D-branes very similar to the picture of tachyon condensation for the tachyonic kink solution… 

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