Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
Some observable physical properties of the higher dimensional dS/AdS black holes in Einstein-bumblebee gravity theory
Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, 781039, Guwahati, India
2 Faculty of Engineering, Final International University, North Cyprus Via Mersin 10, 99370, Kyrenia, Turkey
3 Physics Department, Eastern Mediterranean University, North Cyprus Via Mersin 10, 99628, Famagusta, Turkey
Accepted: 17 July 2023
Published online: 26 July 2023
We study the greybody factors, quasinormal modes, and shadow of the higher dimensional de-Sitter (dS)/anti de-Sitter (AdS) black hole spacetimes derived from the Einstein-bumblebee gravity theory within the Lorentz symmetry breaking (LSB) framework. We specifically apply the semi-analytical WKB method and the time domain approach to study the scalar and Dirac perturbations of the black hole. In-depth researches are done on the effects of the LSB and dimensionality on the bosonic/fermionic greybody factors, quasinormal modes, and shadow of the higher dimensional bumblebee black hole. The results obtained are discussed, tabulated, and illustrated graphically.
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