Black p-branes versus black holes in non-asymptotically flat Einstein-Yang-Mills theory
Department of Physics, Mediterranean University, G. Magusa, Mersin 10, north Cyprus, Turkey
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Revised: 4 August 2016
Accepted: 5 August 2016
Published online: 9 September 2016
We present a class of non-asymptotically flat (NAF) charged black p-branes (BpB) with p-compact dimensions in higher-dimensional Einstein-Yang-Mills theory. Asymptotically the NAF structure manifests itself as an anti-de sitter spacetime. We determine the total mass/energy enclosed in a thin shell located outside the event horizon. By comparing the entropies of BpB with those of black holes in the same dimensions we derive transition criteria between the two types of black objects. Given certain conditions satisfied, our analysis shows that BpB can be considered excited states of black holes. An event horizon r+ versus charge square Q2 plot for the BpB reveals such a transition where r+ is related to the horizon radius rh of the black hole (BH) both with the common charge Q .
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