# Thermodynamics of charged Lifshitz black holes with quadratic corrections

@article{BravoGaete2015ThermodynamicsOC, title={Thermodynamics of charged Lifshitz black holes with quadratic corrections}, author={Mois{\'e}s Bravo-Gaete and Mokhtar Hassaine}, journal={Physical Review D}, year={2015}, volume={91}, pages={064038} }

In arbitrary dimension, we consider the Einstein-Maxwell Lagrangian supplemented by the more general quadratic-curvature corrections. For this model, we derive four classes of charged Lifshitz black hole solutions for which the metric function is shown to depend on a unique integration constant. The masses of these solutions are computed using the quasilocal formalism based on the relation established between the off-shell ADT and Noether potentials. Among these four solutions, three of them…

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