publication . Preprint . 2015

BSW process of the slowly evaporating charged black hole

Wang, Liancheng; He, Feng; Fu, Xiangyun;
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  • Published: 08 Feb 2015
Abstract
In this paper, we study the BSW process of the slowly evaporating charged black hole. It can be found that the BSW process will also arise near black hole horizon when the evaporation of charged black hole is very slow. But now the background black hole does not have to be an extremal black hole, and it will be approximately an extremal black hole unless it is nearly a huge stationary black hole.
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arXiv: Astrophysics::High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
free text keywords: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology
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