Foaming three-charge black holes

@article{Bena2007FoamingTB,
  title={Foaming three-charge black holes},
  author={Iosif Bena and Chih-Wei Wang and Nicholas P. Warner},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2007},
  volume={75},
  pages={124026}
}
We find a very large set of smooth horizonless geometries that have the same charges and angular momenta as the five-dimensional, maximally spinning, three-charge, supersymmetric black hole (J{sup 2}=Q{sup 3}). Our solutions are constructed using a four-dimensional Gibbons-Hawking base space that has a very large number of two-cycles. The entropy of our solutions is proportional to {radical}(Q). In the same class of solutions we also find microstates corresponding to zero-entropy black rings… 
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