Einstein-Maxwell-scalar black holes: The hot, the cold and the bald

@article{BlazquezSalcedo2020EinsteinMaxwellscalarBH,
  title={Einstein-Maxwell-scalar black holes: The hot, the cold and the bald},
  author={Jose Luis Bl'azquez-Salcedo and Carlos A. R. Herdeiro and Jutta Kunz and Alexandre M Pombo and Eugen Radu},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={2020},
  volume={806},
  pages={135493}
}

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