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4D Einstein-Lovelock Black Holes: Hierarchy of Orders in Curvature

Version 1 : Received: 5 May 2020 / Approved: 6 May 2020 / Online: 6 May 2020 (15:17:54 CEST)

How to cite: Konoplya, R.A.; Zhidenko, A. 4D Einstein-Lovelock Black Holes: Hierarchy of Orders in Curvature. Preprints 2020, 2020050099 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202005.0099.v1). Konoplya, R.A.; Zhidenko, A. 4D Einstein-Lovelock Black Holes: Hierarchy of Orders in Curvature. Preprints 2020, 2020050099 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202005.0099.v1).

Abstract

The Einstein-Lovelock theory contains an infinite series of corrections to the Einstein term with an increasing power of the curvature. It is well-known that for large black holes the lowest (Gauss-Bonnet) term is the dominant one, while for smaller black holes higher curvature corrections become important. We will show that if one is limited by positive values of the coupling constants, then the dynamical instability of black holes serves as an effective cut-off of influence of higher curvature corrections in the 4D Einstein-Lovelock approach: the higher is the order of the Lovelock term, the smaller is the maximal value of the coupling constant allowing for stability, so that effectively only a first few orders can deform the observable values seemingly. For negative values of coupling constants this is not so, and, despite some suppression of higher order terms also occurs due to the decreasing threshold values of the coupling constant, this does not lead to an noticeable opportunity to neglect higher order corrections. In the case a lot of orders of Lovelock theory are taken into account, so that the black-hole solution depends on a great number of coupling constants, we propose a compact description of it in terms of only two or three parameters encoding all the observable values.

Subject Areas

Gauss-Bonnet; black hole; Lovelock; Einstein; quasinormal; stability

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