Generalized uncertainty principle impact onto the black holes information flux and the sparsity of Hawking radiation

  title={Generalized uncertainty principle impact onto the black holes information flux and the sparsity of Hawking radiation},
  author={Ana Alonso-Serrano and Mariusz P. Da̧browski and Hussain Gohar},
  journal={Physical Review D},
We investigate the generalized uncertainty principle (GUP) corrections to the entropy content and the information flux of black holes, as well as the corrections to the sparsity of the Hawking radiation at the late stages of evaporation. We find that due to these quantum gravity motivated corrections, the entropy flow per particle reduces its value on the approach to the Planck scale due to a better accuracy in counting the number of microstates. We also show that the radiation flow is no… 

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