What is called the Myers effect (Myers 99) in string theory is the phenomenon that given $N$ D0-branes in a constant background RR field $F_4$ (the field strength associated with D2-brane charge) with, crucially, nonabelian effects included via a nonabelian DBI action, then these D0-branes expand into a fuzzy 2-sphere which represents a spherical D0-D2 brane bound state of a D2-brane and $N$ D0-branes (Myers 99, section 6, see p. 21 (22 of 33), Myers 03, section 4).
brane intersections/bound states/wrapped branes
D-branes and anti D-branes form bound states by tachyon condensation, thought to imply the classification of D-brane charge by K-theory
intersecting D-branes/fuzzy funnels:
Dp-D(p+6) brane bound state
intersecting$\,$M-branes:
The effect now known as the “Myers effect” in D-brane theory was first described in:
Review includes
See also
Pedro J. Silva, Quantum Myers effect and its supergravity dual for D0/D4 systems (arXiv:hep-th/0109112)
Yoshifumi Hyakutake, Gravitational Dielectric Effect and Myers Effect, Phys. Rev. D71:046007, 2005 (arXiv:hep-th/0401026)
On solutions of the BMN matrix model in relation to the Myers effect and D0-D2 brane bound states:
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