Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
Overspinning Kerr-MOG black holes by test fields and the third law of black hole dynamics
Department of Natural and Mathematical Sciences, Özyeğin University, 34794, İstanbul, Turkey
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Accepted: 1 January 2020
Published online: 11 January 2020
We evaluate the validity of the weak form of the cosmic censorship conjecture and the third law of black hole dynamics for Kerr-MOG black holes interacting with test scalar fields. Ignoring backreaction effects, we first show that both extremal and nearly extremal Kerr-MOG black holes can be overspun into naked singularities by test fields with a frequency slightly above the superradiance limit. In addition, nearly extremal Kerr-MOG black holes can be continuously driven to extremality by test fields. Next, we employ backreaction effects based on the argument that the angular velocity of the event horizon increases before the absorption of the test field. Incorporating the backreaction effects, we derive that the weak form of the cosmic censorship and the third law are both valid for Kerr-MOG black holes with a modification parameter , which includes the Kerr case with .
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