Particle acceleration by Majumdar–Papapetrou di-hole

@article{Patil2014ParticleAB,
  title={Particle acceleration by Majumdar–Papapetrou di-hole},
  author={Mandar Patil and P. Joshi},
  journal={General Relativity and Gravitation},
  year={2014},
  volume={46},
  pages={1-20}
}
We explore the multi-black hole spacetimes from the perspective of the ultra-high energy particle collisions. Such a discussion is limited to the spacetimes containing a single black hole so far. We deal with the Majumdar–Papapetrou solution representing a system consisting of two identical black holes in the equilibrium. In order to identify the conditions suitable for the process of high energy collisions, we consider particles confined to move on the equatorial plane towards the axis of… Expand
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