# Does the Kalb-Ramond field lead to electroweak force?

String theory predicts the following massless fields: $$G_{\mu\nu}(X)$$, $$B_{\mu\nu}(X)$$ and $$\Phi(X)$$.

I understand that when one reduces to $$4$$-D then the $$G_{\mu\nu}(X)$$ is the spin-$$2$$ field of the spacetime metric and $$\Phi(X)$$ is the spin-$$0$$ dilaton field.

I also understand that the Kalb-Ramond field $$B_{\mu\nu}(X)$$ generalizes the electromagnetic potential for strings.

The post What is the spin of the Kalb-Ramond field? claims that in $$4$$-D the $$B_{\mu\nu}(X)$$ field could be decomposed into $$6$$ spin-$$1$$ fields and $$21$$ spin-$$0$$ fields.

Can the spin-$$1$$ fields be identified with the electroweak force?