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Scaling limits of dS vacua and the swampland

  • Andreas Banlaki
  • Abhishek Chowdhury
  • Christoph RoupecEmail author
  • Timm Wrase
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Abstract

We discuss the properties of massive type IIA flux compactifications. In particular, we investigate in which case one can obtain dS vacua at large volume and small coupling. We support a general discussion of scaling symmetries with the analysis of a concrete example. We find that the large volume and weak coupling limit requires a large number of O6-planes. Since these are bound for any given compactification space one cannot get arbitrarily good control over α′ and string loop corrections.

Keywords

Flux compactifications Superstring Vacua 

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  1. 1.Institute for Theoretical PhysicsTU WienViennaAustria

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