Quantum gravitational corrected evolution equations of charged black holes

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Bethe Center for Theoretical Physics, University of Bonn, Germany

Abstract

We explain how quantum gravity, treated as an effective field theory, might modify the evaporative evolution of a four-dimensional, non-extremal, non-rotating, charged black hole. With some approximations, we derive a set of coupled differential equations describing the charge and mass of the black hole as a function of time. These equations represent a generalisation of the analogous ones already present in the literature for classical black holes.

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Volume 3, Issue 1
March 2023
Pages 39-48
  • Receive Date: 10 January 2023
  • Revise Date: 10 February 2023
  • Accept Date: 17 February 2023