# Circular orbits around higher dimensional Einstein and pure Gauss–Bonnet rotating black holes

@article{Dadhich2022CircularOA, title={Circular orbits around higher dimensional Einstein and pure Gauss–Bonnet rotating black holes}, author={Naresh Dadhich and Sanjar Shaymatov}, journal={Physics of the Dark Universe}, year={2022} }

## 7 Citations

### Stable bound orbits around static Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet black holes

- PhysicsPhysical Review D
- 2022

As is well-known, asymptotically ﬂat, static and spherically symmetric black holes do not admit stable bound orbits of massive/massless particles outside the horizon in higher-dimensional Einstein…

### Weak cosmic censorship conjecture in the pure Lovelock gravity

- PhysicsJournal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics
- 2022

It is well known that a rotating black hole in four dimension could be overspun by linear order test particle accretion which however always gets overturned when non-linear perturbations are…

### How do rotating black holes form in higher dimensions?

- PhysicsArabian Journal of Mathematics
- 2022

Black holes are generally formed by gravitational collapse and accretion process. The necessary condition for the process to work is that overall force on collapsing/accreting matter element must be…

### Charged black hole in 4D Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity: particle motion, plasma effect on weak gravitational lensing and centre-of-mass energy

- Physics
- 2021

We study the motion of charged and spinning particles and photons in the 4D charged Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet (EGB) black hole vicinity. We determine the radius of the innermost stable circular orbit…

### Weak cosmic censorship conjecture for the (2+1)-dimensional charged BTZ black hole in the Einstein–Gauss–Bonnet Gravity

- PhysicsPhysics of the Dark Universe
- 2022

### Motion of charged and spinning particles influenced by dark matter field surrounding a charged dyonic black hole

- PhysicsPhysical Review D
- 2022

We investigate the motion of massive charged and spinning test particles around a charged dyonic black hole surrounded by perfect ﬂuid scalar dark matter ﬁeld. We obtain the equations of motion and…

### J C A P 1 0 ( 2 0 2 2 ) 0 6 0 ournal of C osmology and A stroparticle P hysics

- 2022

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