Rotating black hole with an anisotropic matter field as a particle accelerator

@article{AhmedRizwan2020RotatingBH,
  title={Rotating black hole with an anisotropic matter field as a particle accelerator},
  author={C. L. Ahmed Rizwan and A. Naveena Kumara and Kartheek Hegde and Md. Sabir Ali and K M Ajith},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2020},
  volume={38}
}
Recently, a generalised solution for Einstein equations for a rotating black hole, surrounded by matter field was proposed, which is the Kerr–Newman spacetime with an anisotropic matter [Phys. Rev. D. 101 064067]. Due to the negative radial pressure of the anisotropic matter, the solution possesses an additional hair along with the conventional mass, charge and spin. In this article we show that, this new class of black holes can act as a cosmic particle accelerator during the collision of two… 

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