Growth of a black hole on a self-gravitating radiation
School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Korea National University of Transportation, Chungju, 380-702, Korea
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Accepted: 30 November 2018
Published online: 10 December 2018
We feed a black hole on a self-gravitating radiation and observe what happens during the process. Considering a spherical shell of radiation, we show that the contribution of self-gravity makes the thermodynamic interaction through the bottom of the shell be distinguished from thermodynamic interaction through its top. The growth of a black hole horizon appears to be a sudden jump rather than a sequential increase. We additionally show that much of the entropy will be absorbed into the black hole only at the last moment of the collapse.
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