Electrically charged black holes in gravity with a background Kalb-Ramond field

Zheng-Qiao Duan, Ju-Ying Zhao, Ke Yang
General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology, General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology (gr-qc)
2023-10-19 16:00:00
We derive the exact solutions for electrically charged black holes both in the absence and presence of a cosmological constant in the gravity theory with Lorentz violation induced by a background Kalb-Ramond (KR) field. The corresponding thermodynamic properties are investigated. It is found that the standard first law of thermodynamics and the Smarr formula remain valid for the charged KR black holes. Nevertheless, the Lorentz-breaking effect influences their ranges of local thermodynamic stability and the first- and second-order phase transition points. Furthermore, to examine the impact of Lorentz violation on the motion of test particles in the spacetime, we analyze the shadow and the innermost stable circular orbit (ISCO) of these black holes. Our results reveal that both the shadow and ISCO radii exhibit a high sensitivity to the Lorentz-violating parameter $\ell$, with a decrease observed as $\ell$ increases.
PDF: Electrically charged black holes in gravity with a background Kalb-Ramond field.pdf
Empowered by ChatGPT