Tunnelling mechanism in non-commutative space with generalized uncertainty principle and Bohr-like black hole.

  title={Tunnelling mechanism in non-commutative space with generalized uncertainty principle and Bohr-like black hole.},
  author={Sourav Haldar and Christian Corda and Subenoy Chakraborty},
  journal={arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology},
The paper deals with non-thermal radiation spectrum by tunnelling mechanism with correction due to the generalized uncertainty principle (GUP) in the background of non-commutative geometry. Considering the reformulation of the tunnelling mechanism by Banerjee and Majhi, the Hawking radiation spectrum is evaluated through the density matrix for the outgoing modes. The GUP corrected effective temperature and the corresponding GUP corrected effective metric in non-commutative geometry are… 
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