Sen, Ashoke (1995) Black hole solutions in heterotic string theory on a torus Nuclear Physics B, 440 (3). pp. 421440. ISSN 05503213

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Abstract
We construct the general electrically charged, rotating black hole solution in the heterotic string theory compactified on a sixdimensional torus and study its classical properties. This black hole is characterized by its mass, angular momentum, and a 28dimensional electric charge vector. We recover the axiondilaton black holes and KaluzaKlein black holes for special values of the charge vector. For a generic black hole of this kind, the 28dimensional magnetic dipole moment vector is not proportional to the electric charge vector, and we need two different gyromagnetic ratios for specifying the relation between these two vectors. We also give an algorithm for constructing a 58 parameter rotating dyonic black hole solution in this theory, characterized by its mass, angular momentum, a 28dimensional electric charge vector and a 28dimensional magnetic charge vector. This is the most general asymptotically flat black hole solution in this theory consistent with the nohair theorem.
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