Effect of charge on negative–phase–velocity propagation of electromagnetic waves in the ergosphere of a rotating black hole


The presence of charge promotes the propensity of a rotating black hole to support the propagation of electromagnetic plane waves with negative phase velocity (NPV) in its ergosphere, whether the Kerr–Newman or the Kerr–Sen metric descriptions of spacetime are considered. Striking differences in the NPV characteristics for the Kerr–Newman and Kerr–Sen… (More)


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