Scalar Kaluza-Klein modes in a multiply warped braneworld

  title={Scalar Kaluza-Klein modes in a multiply warped braneworld},
  author={Ratna Koley and Joydip Mitra and Soumitra Sengupta},
The Kaluza-Klein (KK) modes of a massive scalar field on a 3-brane embedded in a six-dimensional multiply warped spacetime are determined. Due to the presence of warping along both the extra dimensions the KK mass spectrum splits into two closely spaced branches which is a distinct feature of this model compared to the five-dimensional Randall-Sundrum model. This new cluster of the KK mode spectrum is expected to have interesting phenomenological implications for the upcoming collider… Expand

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