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Thermodynamics of massless particles in curved spacetime

@inproceedings{Filho2021ThermodynamicsOM,
  title={Thermodynamics of massless particles in curved spacetime},
  author={A A Ara{\'u}jo Filho},
  year={2021}
}
This work is devoted to study the behavior of massless particles within the context of curved spacetime. In essence, we investigate the consequences of the scale factor C(η) of the FriedmannRobertson-Walker metric in the Einstein-aether formalism to study photon-like particles. To do so, we consider the system within the canonical ensemble formalism in order to derive the following thermodynamic state quantities: spectral radiance, Helmholtz free energy, pressure, entropy, mean energy and the… 

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