(Super-)renormalizably dressed black holes

@article{AyonBeato2015SuperrenormalizablyDB,
  title={(Super-)renormalizably dressed black holes},
  author={Eloy Ay'on-Beato and Mokhtar Hassaine and Julio A. M'endez-Zavaleta},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2015},
  volume={92},
  pages={024048}
}
Black holes supported by self-interacting conformal scalar fields can be considered as renormalizably dressed since the conformal potential is nothing but the top power-counting renormalizable self-interaction in the relevant dimension. On the other hand, potentials defined by powers which are lower than the conformal one are also phenomenologically relevant since they are in fact super-renormalizable. In this work we provide a new map that allows to build black holes dressed with all the… 

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