Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
Rotating spacetimes generalizing Lifshitz black holes
Instituto de Física, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma, de Puebla. Apdo. Postal J-48, C.P. 72570, Puebla, Mexico
Accepted: 24 September 2021
Published online: 5 October 2021
We present a spinning black hole solution in d dimensions with a maximal number of rotation parameters in the context of the Einstein–Maxwell-Dilaton theory. An interesting feature of such a solution is that it accommodates Lifshitz black holes when the rotation parameters are set to zero. We verify the rotating nature of the black hole solution by performing the quasi-local analysis of conserved charges and defining the corresponding angular momenta. In addition, we perform the thermodynamical analysis of the black hole configuration, show that the first law of thermodynamics is completely consistent, and obtain a Smarr-like formula. We further study the thermodynamic stability of the constructed solution from a local viewpoint, by computing the associated specific heats, and from a global perspective, by using the so-called new thermodynamic geometry. We finally make some comments related to a pathology found in the causal structure of the obtained rotating black hole spacetime and compute some of its curvature invariants.
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