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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Quasinormal mode characterization of evaporating mini black holes
Author: Abdalla, E
Chirenti, CBMH
Saa, A
Abstract: According to recent theoretical developments, it might be possible to produce mini black holes in the high energy experiments in the LHC at CERN. We propose here a model based on the n-dimensional Vaidya metric in double null coordinates for these decaying black holes. The associated quasinormal modes are considered. It is shown that only in the very last instants of the evaporation process the stationary regime for the quasinormal modes is broken, implying specific power spectra for the perturbations around these mini black-holes. From scattered fields one could recover, in principle, the black hole parameters as well as the number of extra dimensions. The still mysterious final fate of such objects should not alter significantly our main conclusions.
Subject: large extra dimensions
D-branes
black holes
Country: Itália
Editor: Int School Advanced Studies
Rights: aberto
Date Issue: 2007
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