Black Hole Bound States in AdS(3) x S**2

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Black Hole Bound States in AdS(3) x S**2

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Title: Black Hole Bound States in AdS(3) x S**2
Author: Van den Bleeken, Dieter; Messamah, Ilies; El-Showk, Sheer; Denef, Frederik; de Boer, Jan

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Citation: de Boer, Jan, Frederik Denef, Sheer El-Showk, Ilies Messamah, and Dieter Van den Bleeken. 2008. Black hole bound states in AdS(3) x S**2. Journal of High Energy Physics 11:50.
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Abstract: We systematically construct the geometries dual to the 1+1 dimensional (0, 4) conformal field theories that arise in the low-energy description of wrapped M5-branes in S1 × CY3 compactifications of M-theory. This includes a large number of multicentered black hole bound states asymptotic to AdS3 × S2. In addition, we find many geometries that develop multiple, mutually decoupled AdS3 × S2 throats. We argue there is a useful one to one correspondence between the connected components of the space of solutions and particular limits of type IIA attractor flow trees. We point out that there is a thermodynamic instability of small supersymmetric BTZ black holes to localization on the S2, a supersymmetric and exactly solvable analog of the well known AdS-Schwarzschild localization instability, and identify this with the "Entropy Enigma" in four dimensions. We discuss the phase transition this suggests, and initiate the CFT interpretation of these results.
Published Version: http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1126-6708/2008/11/050
Other Sources: http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/0802/0802.2257v1.pdf
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