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Non-perturbative effects and moduli estabilization from 10D Retolaza, Ander


Non-perturbative effects were long ago proposed to be useful for supersymmetric moduli stabilization in Type II string theory compactifications. Their use has been widely studied from the 4D perspective but from the 10D perspective this mechanism is far from being understood. By performing a 10D analysis I will show several features of the mechanism, confirming some old 4D results as well as providing new properties of the compactification.

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