On the interior of (quantum) black holes
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Different approaches to quantum gravity conclude that black holes may possess an inner horizon, in addition to the (quantum corrected) outer ‘Schwarzschild’ horizon. In this paper we assume the existence of this inner horizon and explain the physical process that might lead to the tunneling of particles through it. It is shown that the tunneling would produce a flux of particles with a spectrum that deviates from the pure thermal one. Under the appropriate approximation the extremely high temperature of this horizon is calculated for an improved quantum black hole. It is argued that the flux of particles tunneled through the horizons affects the dynamics of the black hole interior leading to an endogenous instability.
Published in Physics letters B by ELSEVIER. The original publication is available at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0370269313005066
CitationTorres, R. On the interior of (quantum) black holes. "Physics letters B", 20 Juny 2013, vol. 724, núm. 4-5, p. 338-345.