Macroscopic and microscopic entropy of near-extremal spinning black holes
Breckenridge, J. C.
Lowe, D. A.
Myers, R. C.
Peet, A. W.
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CitationBreckenridge, J.C., D.A. Lowe, R.C. Myers, A.W. Peet, A. Strominger, and C. Vafa. 1996. “Macroscopic and Microscopic Entropy of near-Extremal Spinning Black Holes.” Physics Letters B 381 (4): 423–26. https://doi.org/10.1016/0370-2693(96)00553-9.
AbstractA seven-parameter family of five-dimensional black hole solutions depending on mass, two angular momenta, three charges and the asymptotic value of a scalar field is constructed. The entropy is computed as a function of these parameters both from the Bekenstein-Hawking formula and from the degeneracies of the corresponding D-brane states in string theory. The expressions agree at and to leading order away from extremality.
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