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Holographic description of magnetic effect on chiral field theory Kim, Namshik


In this thesis, we will study a top-down string theory holographic model of strongly interacting relativistic 2+1 dimensional fermions. We study the defect theory as examining a charged probe D7-branes/anti-branes model and a charged probe D5-branes/anti-branes model on the thermal AdS₅×S⁵ geometry. We use the branes pair model to depict a geometrical chiral symmetry breaking. We are especially interested in the holographic magnetic effect on the flavour symmetries.

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