Charged dilation black holes as particle accelerators

  title={Charged dilation black holes as particle accelerators},
  author={Parthapratim Pradhan},
  journal={Astroparticle Physics},
Abstract We examine the possibility of arbitrarily high energy in the center-of-mass (CM) frame of colliding neutral particles in the vicinity of the horizon of a charged dilation black hole (BH). We show that it is possible to achieve the infinite energy in the background of the dilation black hole without fine-tuning of the angular momentum parameter. It is found that the CM energy ( E cm ) of collisions of particles near the infinite red-shift surface of the extreme dilation BHs are… Expand
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