A Holographic Approach to the Hawking Effect for a Kerr-Newman Black HolePublic
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This work uses holographic physics to compute the Hawking temperature for a Kerr-Newman black hole. Kerr-Newman black holes possess mass, angular momentum, and an electric charge. We start deriving the methodology by exploring the Unruh effect, we later extend this logic to consider black holes in the near horizon limit. Once the analytical models are derived, we simulate black hole evaporation for a variety of black holes.
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