Stability of Reissner–Nordström Black Hole

  • G.G.L. Nashed
  • Published 2007


Static uncharged black holes in general relativity are described by the well-known Schwarzschild solution. A singularity can happen when a gravitational collapse takes place and continues until the surface of the star approaches the Schwarzschild radius, i.e., r = 2m [1]. Hawking and collaborators discovered that the laws of thermodynamics have exact… (More)


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