Celestial open strings at one-loop

Laura Donnay, Gaston Giribet, Hernán González, Andrea Puhm, Francisco Rojas

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We study celestial amplitudes in string theory at one-loop. Celestial amplitudes describe scattering processes of boost eigenstates and relate to amplitudes in the more standard basis of momentum eigenstates through a Mellin transform. They are thus sensitive to both the ultraviolet and the infrared, which raises the question of how to appropriately take the field theory limit of string amplitudes in the celestial basis. We address this problem in the context of four-dimensional genus-one scattering processes of gluons in open string theory which reach the two-dimensional celestial sphere at null infinity. We show that the Mellin transform commutes with the adequate limit in the worldsheet moduli space and reproduces the celestial one-loop field theory amplitude expressed in the worldline formalism. The dependence on α continues to be a simple overall factor in one-loop celestial amplitudes albeit with a power that is shifted with respect to tree-level, thus making manifest that the dimensionless parameter g102/α′3 organizes the loop expansion in the celestial basis. The precise way in which the amplitudes scale with this parameter depends on the number of non-compact dimensions in such a way that in 4 dimensions the scaling with α does agree with that at tree-level.

Idioma originalInglés
Número de artículo47
PublicaciónJournal of High Energy Physics
EstadoPublicada - oct. 2023
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