Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
Absorption and scattering of a high dimensional non-commutative black hole
University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, 200093, Shanghai, China
2 Shanghai Advanced Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 201210, Shanghai, China
Accepted: 24 December 2022
Published online: 17 January 2023
In this work, we investigate the scattering of massless plane scalar waves by the high dimensional non-commutative Schwarzschild–Tangherlini black hole. We use the partial wave approach to determine the scattering and absorption cross sections in the incident wavelength range. Our numerical results demonstrate that the bigger the non-commutative parameter, the smaller the maximum value of the related partial absorption cross section, however the tendency is slightly. We also discovered that when the non-commutative parameter is weak, the absorption cross section of the high dimensional black hole oscillates in the low frequency zone. The total absorption cross section oscillates around the geometrical optical limit in the high frequency range, and the scattering characteristics of black holes with various parameters are visibly different. The influence on the differential scattering cross section is particularly pronounced at large angles.
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