Newton's law in braneworlds with an infinite extra dimension

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Ito, Masato;
(2002)

We study the behavior of the four$-$dimensional Newton's law in warped braneworlds. The setup considered here is a $(3+n)$-brane embedded in $(5+n)$ dimensions, where $n$ extra dimensions are compactified and a dimension is infinite. We show that the wave function of gr... View more
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