### Citations

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Nonspherical Gravitational Collapse: A Short Review
- Thorne
- 1972
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Citation Context ...rity can be encoded into the substitution rule 1 r −→ r 2 r3 + rs l20 (6) 3 for this type of black holes, by taking into account the existence of a minimal length. In this case, the “hoop-conjecture” =-=[38]-=- must be properly modified to comply with the fact that an impact parameter smaller than l0 is physically meaningless. 2 TeV “quantum” black hole In extending the metric (1) in d+ 1 dimensions we choo... |

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Hawking emission from quantum gravity black holes,”
- Nicolini, Winstanley
- 2011
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Citation Context ... from LHC peak energy, i.e. 14 TeV . The start of LHC runs opens the actual possibility to test “new physics” beyond the Standard Model, hopefully, including signatures of “quantum gravity” phenomena =-=[7,8,9,10,11,12,13]-=-. With this background in mind, we consider an effective approach to the singularity problem, where (semi)classical Einstein equations are used to determine black hole solutions “keeping memory” of th... |

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Large extra dimensions and small black holes at the LHC,”
- Bleicher, Nicolini
- 2010
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Citation Context ... from LHC peak energy, i.e. 14 TeV . The start of LHC runs opens the actual possibility to test “new physics” beyond the Standard Model, hopefully, including signatures of “quantum gravity” phenomena =-=[7,8,9,10,11,12,13]-=-. With this background in mind, we consider an effective approach to the singularity problem, where (semi)classical Einstein equations are used to determine black hole solutions “keeping memory” of th... |

3 | The final stage of gravitationally collapsed thick matter layers,”
- Nicolini, Orlandi, et al.
- 2013
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Citation Context ...ction effects of the Hawking radiation and the late stage of black hole evaporation. There are several ways to change the form of the standard line element in order to include quantum gravity effects =-=[28,29,30,31,32,33,34]-=-, [35,36,37] The “effectivemodel” in [1] has several distinctive features. From our vantage point, we notice that • it is mathematically simple and allows analytic calculations; • it encodes the basic... |

1 | Loop quantum gravity and black hole singularity
- Modesto
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Citation Context ...gularity should be meaningless. In other words, one would like to show that in a quantum theory of gravity there should not be any curvature singularity neither “naked” nor hidden by an event horizon =-=[5,6]-=-. Unfortunately, this problem cannot be treated in any kind of field theory (including Super-Gravity) where fundamental objects are basically point-like. At a first glance, this kind of physics could ... |

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Finite axionic electrodynamics from a new noncommutative approach” arXiv:1102.3777 [hep-th
- Gaete, Spallucci
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Citation Context ... l0, emerges as a new fundamental constant of Nature on the same footing as the speed of light and Planck quantum of action [14]. String Theory [15,16,17], non-commutative coordinates coherent states =-=[18,19,20,21,22,23]-=-, Generalized Uncertainty Principle [24,25], Path Integral Duality [26,27], etc., share this common feature. In reference [1] an intriguing model of singularity-free black hole was proposed in order t... |