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Exploring black holes as particle accelerators in realistic scenarios

@inproceedings{Liberati2021ExploringBH,
  title={Exploring black holes as particle accelerators in realistic scenarios},
  author={Stefano Liberati and Christian Pfeifer and Jos{\'e} Javier Relancio},
  year={2021}
}
The possibility that rotating black holes could be natural particle accelerators has been subject of intense debate. While it appears that for extremal Kerr black holes arbitrarily high center of mass energies could be achieved, several works pointed out that both theoretical as well as astrophysical arguments would severely dampen the attainable energies. In this work we study particle collisions near Kerr–Newman black holes, by reviewing and extending previously proposed scenarios. Most… Expand

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