# Journal of High Energy Physics

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 1 > 1-13

*N*) gauge theory with a Weyl fermion in an irreducible self-conjugate representation. This theory, in general, has a discrete chiral symmetry. We use ’t Hooft anomaly matching condition of the center symmetry and the chiral symmetry, and find constraints on the spontaneous chiral symmetry breaking in the confining phase. The domain-walls connecting different vacua...

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*G*= SU(

*n*) broken to

*G*

_{v}= [SU(

*p*) × SU(

*n*−

*p*) × U(1)]/

*Z*by a Higgs field in the adjoint representation. We obtain monopole solutions whose magnetic field is not in the Cartan Subalgebra. Since their magnetic field vanishes in the direction of the generator of the U(1)

_{em}electromagnetic group, we call them Dark Monopoles. These Dark Monopoles...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 1 > 1-36

_{3}in terms of observables in a dual CFT. Our main tool is kinematic space, defined either from the bulk perspective as the space of oriented bulk geodesics, or from the CFT perspective as the space of entangling intervals. We give an explicit formula for the volume of a general region in a spatial slice of AdS

_{3}as...

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*ϕϕ*〉 in

*ϕ*

^{4}theory at the Wilson-Fisher fixed point is computed to order

*ϵ*

^{2}in...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 1 > 1-28

*α*-attractors, as models with Planck-compatible values of

*n*

_{s}, moving down to the sweet spot in the data with decreasing value of

*r*. On the formal side we present a new supersymmetric version of these models in the context of de Sitter...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 1 > 1-28

*θ*-dependence of 2

*d CP*

^{N − 1}models for a range of

*N*going from 9 to 31, combining imaginary

*θ*and simulated tempering techniques to improve the signal-to-noise ratio and alleviate the critical slowing down of the topological modes. We provide continuum extrapolations for the second and fourth order coefficients in the Taylor expansion...

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*AdS*

_{4}×

*S*

^{2}×

*S*

^{2}, stabilized by fluxes. Supergravity predicts, in a certain double-scaling limit, the value of the one-point functions of chiral primaries of the dual defect version of N = 4 $$ \mathcal{N}=4 $$ SYM theory, where the fluxes...

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*D*in the large

*D*regime. We also find the metric solutions to the EGB equations to first subleading order in 1/

*D*in terms of membrane variables. We propose a world volume stress tensor for the membrane whose conservation equations are equivalent to the leading...

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*U*that defines the topological charge and the potential energy of these theories. In our algebraic method to construct the required pre-potentials we use the representation theory of Lie groups. This approach...

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*CP*violation in certain

*η*muonic decays that could arise within the Standard Model effective field theory. In particular, we study the sensitivities that could be reached at REDTOP, a proposed

*η*facility. After estimating the bounds that the neutron EDM places, we find still viable to discover signals of

*CP*violation measuring the polarization...