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8.251 Spring 2007

Lecture 23 - Topics

Closed Strings Heterotic String Theory

~ ' ( 7 - 0)

, anticomm

(Grassmann odd), 2D fermion (in worldsheet)

Creation operations: NS sector, bi,, R sector: d i n

Fermionic Oscillators

d i : 8 0-Modes. 4 creation operators, 4 annihilation operators. With 4 creation operators, ,c2 ,c4 can create full set of vacua. Start with R vacuum 10). Act on it with the creation operators.

,c3

Introduce Fermion Number = F, operator:

If F odd, then state fermionic (-). If F even, then state bosonic (+).

I ) ~ = +l. We believe are really two manifestations of the same theory.NS+): Throw away -'s of NS sector on both left and right. (R. 2 different ways of forming this string theory. Could take all states of left NS and combine with all states of right NS: (NS7NS)sector of closed superstrings 2. (4) gives us spacetime bosons (very complicated). PT) .R) sector of closed superstrings 3. (2) and (3) gives us spacetime fermions. Reasonable -J projection of NS sector: (NS+.NS+) eg: b~. Actually. 63 INS). How to build a closed string field? Open bosonic string Open superstring I I Open bosonic string Open superstring Ways to combine: 1.251 Spring 2007 Truncated NS sector: (NS+). (NS. 63 I P + . Just keep the states with ( . 10-dimensional superstring theories. Massless states and states with M~ E 2. (NS+. Choose R7swith same sign or choose R's of different signs.Lecture 23 8. Closed String Tensor product of state spaces of open of left and open of right.NS) sector of closed superstrings 4. (R7R)sector of closed superstrings (1) gives us spacetime bosons.12b-l12 INS).

. Don't have a:.6. magnetically charged object). A. NS+) giving 128 fermions. brane. Heterotic String Theory Open Bosonic String: 8. 28 states for Kalb Raman. traceless. xA=l .dual. (Dl-brane). 1984: Know this has something to do with string theory since 16 10 = 26 + 5 types of 10-dim. (DO-brane).... supersymm. Gives massless states. 16. plus an additional 64 from ) 64 ~ bosons. E8 x E8 heterotic . with 10 dimensions. self . Sort of enough to make a string theory Open Superstring: "E8 x Egn.. 64 states. X I = a. Type IIA 2...Lecture 23 8. (R+. 1 dilitant. Type IIB 3.251 Spring 2007 (lowest allowable state) Universal bosons of string theory. INS). (R+. R+) -+ b-.. spacef illing) (D3 - So we often use the D3-brane of type IIB since it is space filling. 35 states for a 10-dim graviton. string theories: 1. R): IIA: A. @ I RzR gives 64 fermions. Apvp (D2-brane) + 64 IIB: A (D7-brane. Type IIB: (NS+. R+) + IRK)8 R ~ gives -I I (R.

x E. Currently don't have them. . 32 = 2 D / 2 coincident. IIA Het E. 3. So(32) heterotic 5. 2. In early 1980s. bothersome.Lecture 23 8. H (321 1. with 2. Also have another theory. Type I (open string. Want: lovely formulation like Einstein's equations. 5 theories of everything? Now we think it's really all 1. Maybe these 5 are corners of one theory. D-branes and orientation projections) Interesting relations between them.251 Spring 2007 4.and 5-branes proportional to parallel dimensions but no strings. M-theory.

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