Modified Tunneling Radiation of Fermions from a Spherically Symmetric Spacetime with Dark Matter


In the paper, we use the generalized Dirac equation to study the Hawking temperature and entropy of a spherically symmetric spacetime with the dark matter. The results show that the dark matter can influence the thermodynamic properties of the black hole. Meanwhile, we find the GUP corrected temperature and entropy are not only determined by the nature of black but also related to the properties of tunneling particles. Besides, the GUP can slow down the increase of Hawking temperature and causes the remnants.

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Feng, Z. and Zu, X. (2015) Modified Tunneling Radiation of Fermions from a Spherically Symmetric Spacetime with Dark Matter. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 3, 931-936. doi: 10.4236/jamp.2015.38113.

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