Brane to bulk supersymmetry breaking and radion force at micron distances

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We study mediation of supersymmetry breaking in the bulk, in models with primordial supersymmetry breaking on D-branes at the string scale, in the TeV region. We compute the gravitino and scalar masses up to one-loop level, as well as the radion coupling to matter. We find that the latter mediates a model independent force at submillimeter distances that can be tested in micro-gravity experiments for any dimensionality of the bulk. In the case of two large dimensions, our type I string framework provides an example which allows to stabilize the radion potential and determine the desired hierarchy between the string and Planck scales. © 2003 .

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Antoniadis, I., Benakli, K., Laugier, A., & Maillard, T. (2003). Brane to bulk supersymmetry breaking and radion force at micron distances. Nuclear Physics B, 662(1–2), 40–62. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0550-3213(03)00255-4

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