Thermodynamics of Noncommutative Quantum Kerr Black Holes
AbstractThe thermodynamic formalism for rotating black holes, characterized by noncommutative and quantum corrections, is constructed. From a fundamental thermodynamic relation, the equations of state and thermodynamic response functions are explicitly given, and the effect of noncommutativity and quantum correction is discussed. It is shown that the well-known divergence exhibited in specific heat is not removed by any of these corrections. However, regions of thermodynamic stability are affected by noncommutativity, increasing the available states for which some thermodynamic stability conditions are satisfied. View Full-Text
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Escamilla-Herrera, L.F.; Mena-Barboza, E.A.; Torres-Arenas, J. Thermodynamics of Noncommutative Quantum Kerr Black Holes. Entropy 2016, 18, 406.
Escamilla-Herrera LF, Mena-Barboza EA, Torres-Arenas J. Thermodynamics of Noncommutative Quantum Kerr Black Holes. Entropy. 2016; 18(11):406.Chicago/Turabian Style
Escamilla-Herrera, Lenin F.; Mena-Barboza, Eri A.; Torres-Arenas, José. 2016. "Thermodynamics of Noncommutative Quantum Kerr Black Holes." Entropy 18, no. 11: 406.
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