Last gasp of a black hole: unitary evaporation implies non-monotonic mass loss View Full Text


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2014-10

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Eugenio Bianchi, Matteo Smerlak

ABSTRACT

We show within the usual two-dimensional approximation that unitarity and the restoration of Minkowski vacuum correlations at the end of black hole evaporation impose unexpected constraints on its mass loss rate: before disappearing the black hole emits one or more negative energy burst, leading to a temporary increase of its mass. More... »

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