Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
Page curve and phase transition in deformed Jackiw–Teitelboim gravity
Department of Physics, Shanghai University, 200444, Shanghai, China
Accepted: 24 February 2023
Published online: 15 March 2023
We consider the entanglement island in a deformed Jackiw–Teitelboim black hole in the presence of the phase transition. This black hole has the van der Waals–Maxwell-like phase structure as it is coupled with a Maxwell field. We study the behavior of the Page curve of this black hole by using the island paradigm. In the fixed charge ensemble, we discuss different situations with different charges that influence the system’s phase structure. There is only a Hawking–Page phase transition in the absence of charges, which leads to an unstable small black hole. Hence, the related Page curve does not exist. However, a van der Waals–Maxwell-like phase transition occurs in the presence of charges. This yields three black hole solutions. The Page curve of the middle size black hole does not exist. For the extremal black hole, the Page time approaches zero in the phase transition situation but becomes divergent without the phase transition. In a word, we study the Page curve and the island paradigm for different black hole phases and in different phase transition situations.
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