M5-brane and D-brane scattering amplitudes

  title={M5-brane and D-brane scattering amplitudes},
  author={Matthew Heydeman and John H. Schwarz and Congkao Wen},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
A bstractWe present tree-level n-particle on-shell scattering amplitudes of various brane theories with 16 conserved supercharges. These include the world-volume theory of a probe D3-brane or D5-brane in 10D Minkowski spacetime as well as a probe M5-brane in 11D Minkowski spacetime, which describes self interactions of an abelian tensor supermultiplet with 6D (2, 0) supersymmetry. Twistor-string-like formulas are proposed for tree-level scattering amplitudes of all multiplicities for each of… 

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M5-brane amplitudes

  • J. Schwarz
  • Mathematics
    Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical
  • 2020
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