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Title: Connecting anomaly and tunneling methods for the Hawking effect through chirality
Authors: Banerjee, Rabin
Majhi, Bibhas Ranjan
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Phys.Rev., D
Citation: Rabin Banerjee, Bibhas Ranjan Majhi ,“Connecting anomaly and tunneling methods for Hawking effect through chirality.”, Phys.Rev., D 79, (2009), 064024
Abstract: The role of chirality is discussed in unifying the anomaly and the tunneling formalisms for deriving the Hawking effect. Using the chirality condition and starting from the familiar form of the trace anomaly, the chiral (gravitational) anomaly, manifested as a nonconservation of the stress tensor, near the horizon of a black hole, is derived. Solution of this equation yields the stress tensor whose asymptotic infinity limit gives the Hawking flux. Finally, use of the same chirality condition in the tunneling formalism gives the Hawking temperature that is compatible with the flux obtained by anomaly method.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/398
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