Physical Review D, ( ISI ), Volume (94), No (86002), Year (2016-10) , Pages (1-21)

Title : ( Higher derivative corrections to the Wess-Zumino action )

Authors: Ali Jalali , Mohammad Reza Garousi ,

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In the first part of this paper, we calculate the disk-level S-matrix elements of one RR, one NSNS and one NS vertex operators, and show that they are consistent with the amplitudes that have been recently found by applying various Ward identities. We show that the massless poles of the amplitude at low energy are fully consistent with the known D-brane couplings at order $\alpha'^2$ which involve one RR or NSNS and two NS fields. Subtracting the massless poles, we then find the contact terms of one RR, one NSNS and one NS fields at order $\alpha'^2$. Some of these terms are reproduced by the Taylor expansion and the pull-back of two closed string couplings, some other couplings are reproduced by linear graviton in the second fundamental form and by the B-field in the gauge field extension $F\rightarrow F+B$, in one closed and two open string couplings. In the second part, we write all independent covariant contractions of one RR, one NSNS and one NS fields with unknown coefficients. We then constrain the couplings to be consistent with the linear T-duality and with the above contact terms. Interestingly, we have found that up to total derivative terms and Bianchi identities, these constraints uniquely fix all the unknown coefficients.

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, S-matrix element,
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author = {Jalali, Ali and Garousi, Mohammad Reza},
title = {Higher derivative corrections to the Wess-Zumino action},
journal = {Physical Review D},
year = {2016},
volume = {94},
number = {86002},
month = {October},
issn = {1550-7998},
pages = {1--21},
numpages = {20},
keywords = {S-matrix element; T-duality},
}

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%A Jalali, Ali
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%J Physical Review D
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