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Spin One Hawking Radiation from Dirty Black Holes

Authors: Tritos Ngampitipan, Petarpa Boonserm, Matt Visser

Abstract:

A “clean” black hole is a black hole in vacuum such as the Schwarzschild black hole. However in real physical systems, there are matter fields around a black hole. Such a black hole is called a “dirty black hole”. In this paper, the effect of matter fields on the black hole and the greybody factor is investigated. The results show that matter fields make a black hole smaller. They can increase the potential energy to a black hole to obstruct Hawking radiation to propagate. This causes the greybody factor of a dirty black hole to be less than that of a clean black hole.

Keywords: hawking radiation, greybody factor, matter fields, A dirty black hole

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1335906

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