Size of Black Holes through Polymer Scaling

Abstract

We imagine the strings on the strectched horizon of any d space-time dimensional black hole to be bits of polymer. Then, proposing an interaction between these bits we obtain the size of the configuration, and thus of the black hole, using the scaling laws. The transition from a typical black hole state to a typical string state has a simple explanation… (More)

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