Isomorphism between non-Riemannian gravity and Einstein-Proca-Weyl theories extended to a class of scalar gravity theories

@article{Scipioni1999IsomorphismBN,
  title={Isomorphism between non-Riemannian gravity and Einstein-Proca-Weyl theories extended to a class of scalar gravity theories},
  author={Roberto Scipioni},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={1999},
  volume={16},
  pages={2471-2478}
}
  • R. Scipioni
  • Published 6 May 1999
  • Physics, Mathematics
  • Classical and Quantum Gravity
We extend the recently proved relation between certain models of non-Riemannian gravitation and Einstein-Proca-Weyl theories to a class of scalar gravity theories, this is used to present a black-hole dilaton solution with non-Riemannian connection. 

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