Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
Shadow, quasinormal modes, greybody bounds, and Hawking sparsity of loop quantum gravity motivated non-rotating black hole
Chandernagore College, Chandernagore, Hooghly, West Bengal, India
Accepted: 6 October 2023
Published online: 23 October 2023
We consider loop quantum gravity (LQG) motivated 4D polymerized black hole and study shadow, quasinormal modes, and Hawking radiation. We obtain analytical expressions of photonsphere radius and shadow radius and study their qualitative and quantitative nature of variation with respect to the LQG parameter . We also show shadows of the black hole for various values of . Our study reveals that both radii increase with an increase in the parameter value. We, then, study quasinormal modes for scalar and electromagnetic perturbations using the 6th order WKB method. Our study reveals that the LQG parameter impacts quasinormal modes. We observe that the oscillation of gravitational wave (GW) and decay rate decrease as increases. At the same time, the error associated with the 6th order WKB method increases with an increase in . The ringdown waveform for electromagnetic and scalar perturbations is shown. We also study greybody bounds, power spectrum, and sparsity of Hawking radiation. Greybody bounds for electromagnetic perturbations do not depend on . For scalar perturbation, greybody bounds increase as the LQG parameter increases, but the variation with is very small. The peak of the power spectrum as well as total power emitted decrease as we increase the value of . Also, the sparsity of Hawking radiation gets significantly impacted by quantum correction. Finally, we obtain the area spectrum of the black hole. It is found to be significantly different than that for the Schwarzschild black hole.
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