TeV mini black hole decay at future colliders

@inproceedings{Casanova2006TeVMB,
  title={TeV mini black hole decay at future colliders},
  author={Alex Casanova and Euro Spallucci},
  year={2006}
}
It is generally believed that mini black holes decay by emitting elementary particles with a black body energy spectrum. The original calculation leads to the conclusion that about the 90% of the black hole mass is radiated away in the form of photons, neutrinos and light leptons, mainly electrons and muons. With the advent of string theory, such a scenario must be updated by including new effects coming from the stringy nature of particles and interactions. The main modifications with respect… CONTINUE READING