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25 25 X 25 = x 0 + p0 + i 25 n n e in( + ) e in( ) 2 n 0
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Now using Euler s famous formula: e in( + ) e in( ) e in( + ) e in( ) = 2i 2i ein e in in = 2ie in = 2ie sin n 2i This means that the mode expansion can be written as
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Now we can analyze this expression to discover the properties of open strings in the dual theory. The rst item to notice is: The expression for X 25 has no linear terms that contain the worldsheet time coordinate . Physically, This means that the dual string has no momentum in the 25th dimension. If the string carries no momentum for = 25, it must be xed. What does a xed vibrating string do The motion is oscillatory. Notice that the expansion contains a sin n term, which of course satis es sin n = 0 at = 0, .
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The last point is particularly important. Recall that Dirichlet boundary conditions on the string are X
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Looking at the expression for the dual eld, notice that
25 X 25 ( = 0, ) = x 0
At = we have
25 X 25 ( = , ) = x 0 +
K 25 = x0 + 2K R R
Hence, X 25 ( = , ) X 25 ( = 0, ) = 2 K R This tells us that the dual string winds around the dual dimension of radius R with winding number K. Summarizing T-duality transforms Neumann boundary conditions into Dirichlet boundary conditions. T-duality transforms Dirichlet boundary conditions into Neumann boundary conditions. T-duality transforms a bosonic string with momentum but no winding into a string with winding but no momentum. For the dual string, the string endpoints are restricted to lie on a 25-dimensional hyperplane in space-time. The endpoints of the dual string can wind the circular dimension an integer number of times given by K.
D-Branes
The hyperplane that the open string is attached to carries special signi cance. A D-brane is a hypersurface in space-time. In the examples worked out in this chapter, it is a hyperplane with 24 spatial dimensions. The dimension which has been excluded in this example is the dimension which has been compacti ed. The D is short for Dirichlet which refers to the fact that the open strings in the theory have
CHAPTER 8 Compacti cation and T-Duality
endpoints that satisfy Dirichlet boundary conditions. In English this means that the endpoints of an open string are attached to a D-brane. A D-brane can be classi ed by the number of spatial dimensions it contains. A point is a zero-dimensional object and therefore is a D0-brane. A line, which is a onedimensional object is a D1-brane (so strings can be thought of as D1-branes). Later we will see that the physical world of three spatial dimensions and one time dimension that we can perceive directly is a D3-brane contained in the larger world of 11-dimensional hyperspace. In the example studied in this chapter, we considered a D24-brane, with one spatial dimension compacti ed that leaves 24 dimensions for the hyperplane surface. Using the procedure outlined here, other dimensions can be compacti ed. If we choose to compactify n dimensions then that leaves behind a D(25-n)-brane. The procedure outlined here is essentially the same in superstring theory, but in that case compactifying n dimensions gives us a D(9-n)-brane. Note that: The ends of an open string are free to move in the noncompacti ed directions including time. So in bosonic theory, if we have compacti ed n directions, the endpoints of the string are free to move in the other 1 + (25-n) directions. In superstring theory, the endpoints will be free to move in the other 1 + (9-n) directions. In the example considered in this chapter where we compacti ed 1 dimension in bosonic string theory, the end points of the string are free to move in the other 1 + 24 dimensions. We can consider the existence of D-branes to be a consequence of the symmetry of T-duality. The number, types, and arrangements of D-branes restrict the open string states that can exist. We will have more to say about D-branes and discuss T-duality in the context of superstrings in future chapters.
Summary
In this chapter we described compacti cation which involves taking a spatial dimension and compactifying it to a small circle of radius R. Going through this procedure, it was discovered that a symmetry emerges called T-duality, which relates theories with small R to equivalent theories with large R. An important consequence of T-duality was discovered when it was learned that open strings with Neumann boundary conditions are transformed into open strings with Dirichlet boundary conditions in the dual theory. The result is the endpoints of the string are xed to a hyperplane called a D-brane.
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