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Tunneling of Massive Vector Particles under the Influence of Quantum Gravity
: Received: 11 July 2019 / Approved: 14 July 2019 / Online: 14 July 2019 (17:12:54 CEST)
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Journal reference: Chinese Physics C 2020
This paper is devoted to investigate charged vector particles tunneling via horizons of a pair of accelerating rotating charged NUT black hole under the influence of quantum gravitational effects. For this purpose, we use the modified Proca equation incorporating generalized uncertainty principle. Using the WKB approximation to the field equation, we obtain a modified tunneling rate and the corresponding corrected Hawking temperature for this black hole. Moreover, we analyze the graphical behavior of corrected Hawking temperature T'H with respect to the event horizon for the given black hole. By considering quantum gravitational effects on Hawking temperatures, we discuss the stability analysis of this black hole. For a pair of black holes, the temperature T'H increases with the increase in rotation parameters α and w, correction parameter β, black hole acceleration α and arbitrary parameter k and decreases with the increase in electric e and magnetic charges g.
massive boson particles; wave equation; quantum gravity; Hawking radiation; black hole thermodynamics
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