Thermodynamic Metrics and Black Hole Physics
AbstractWe give a brief survey of thermodynamic metrics, in particular the Hessian of the entropy function, and how they apply to black hole thermodynamics. We then provide a detailed discussion of the Gibbs surface of Kerr black holes. In particular, we analyze its global properties and extend it to take the entropy of the inner horizon into account. A brief discussion of Kerr–Newman black holes is included. View Full-Text
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Åman, J.E.; Bengtsson, I.; Pidokrajt, N. Thermodynamic Metrics and Black Hole Physics. Entropy 2015, 17, 6503-6518.
Åman JE, Bengtsson I, Pidokrajt N. Thermodynamic Metrics and Black Hole Physics. Entropy. 2015; 17(9):6503-6518.Chicago/Turabian Style
Åman, Jan E.; Bengtsson, Ingemar; Pidokrajt, Narit. 2015. "Thermodynamic Metrics and Black Hole Physics." Entropy 17, no. 9: 6503-6518.