Zero modes of the world-sheet spinors of a closed string can source higher order moments of the bulk supergravity fields. In this work, we analyze various configurations of closed strings focusing on the imprints of the quantized spinor vacuum expectation values onto the tails of bulk fields. We identify supersymmetric arrangements for which all multipole charges vanish; while for others, we find that one is left with Neveu-Schwarz–Neveu-Schwarz, and Ramond-Ramond dipole and quadrupole moments. Our analysis is exhaustive with respect to all the bosonic fields of the bulk and to all higher order moments. We comment on the relevance of these results to entropy computations of hairy black holes of a single charge or more, and to open/closed string duality.
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Vatche Sahakian. "Hairy Strings." Phys. Rev. D 73, 026002 (2006). doi: 10.1103/PhysRevD.73.026002
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