New supersymmetric solutions in N=2 matter coupled AdS(3) supergravities

2006-08-01
Deger, Nihat Sadik
Sarioglu, Ozg r
We construct new 1/2 supersymmetric solutions in D = 3, N = 2, matter coupled, U(1) gauged supergravities and study some of their properties. We do this by employing a quite general supersymmetry breaking condition, from which we also redrive some of the already known solutions. Among the new solutions, we have an explicit non-topological soliton for the non-compact sigma model, a locally flat solution for the compact sigma model and a string-like solution for both types of sigma models. The last one is smooth for the compact scalar manifold.
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Citation Formats
N. S. Deger and O. r. Sarioglu, “New supersymmetric solutions in N=2 matter coupled AdS(3) supergravities,” JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, pp. 0–0, 2006, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/64526.