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Title: Strong gravity, black holes, and hadrons
Authors: Sivaram, C
Sinha, K. P
Keywords: Astrophysics;Black Holes (Astronomy);Gravitation Theory;Hadrons;High Gravity Environments;Astronomical Models;Relativity;Space-Time Functions;Stellar Temperature;Thermodynamics
Issue Date: Sep-1977
Publisher: American Physical Society
Citation: Physical Review D, Vol. 16, pp. 1975 - 1978
Abstract: Certain similarities and analogies between the properties of black holes and elementary particles are considered in the framework of the strong gravitational field. Properties examined include measurable parameters (mass, angular momentum, charge), the metrical properties of space-time in the region near an elementary particle, mass formulas, thermodynamical phenomena, and black-hole radiation. An upper limit for the temperature of black holes is derived which is the same as the limiting temperature arising in thermodynamic bootstrap models of hadrons.
ISSN: 0556-2821
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