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First law of black hole thermodynamics and Smarr formula with a cosmological constant
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2021-08-01
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Hajian, Kamal
Özşahin, Hikmet
Tekin, Bayram
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The first law of black hole thermodynamics in the presence of a cosmological constant Lambda can be generalized by introducing a term containing the variation delta Lambda. Similar to other terms in the first law, which are variations of some conserved charges like mass, entropy, angular momentum, electric charge, etc., it has been shown [Classical Quant. Gray. 35, 125012 (2018)] that the new term has the same structure: Lambda is a conserved charge associated with a gauge symmetry; and its role in the first law is quite similar to an "electric charge" rather than to the pressure. Besides, its conjugate chemical potential resembles an "electric potential" on the horizon, in contrast with the volume enclosed by horizon. In this work, first we propose and prove the generalized Smarr relation in this new paradigm. Then, we reproduce systematically the "effective volume" of a black hole which has been introduced before in the literature as the conjugate of pressure. Our construction removes the ambiguity in the definition of volume. Finally, we apply and investigate this formulation of "Lambda as a charge" on a number of solutions to different models of gravity for different spacetime dimensions. Especially, we investigate the applicability and validity of the analysis for black branes, whose enclosed volume is not well defined in principle.
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https://hdl.handle.net/11511/92031
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PHYSICAL REVIEW D
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https://doi.org/10.1103/physrevd.104.044024
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K. Hajian, H. Özşahin, and B. Tekin, “First law of black hole thermodynamics and Smarr formula with a cosmological constant,”
PHYSICAL REVIEW D
, vol. 104, no. 4, pp. 0–0, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/92031.