THERMODYNAMIC THEORY OF BLACK HOLES.

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Abstract

The thermodynamic theory underlying black hole processes is developed in detail and applied to model systems. Simple processes and stability criteria for various black hole situations are investigated. The limits for entropically favored black hole formation are found.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProc R Soc London Ser A
Pages499-521
Number of pages23
Volume353
Edition1975
StatePublished - Jan 1 1977
Externally publishedYes

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Davies, P. (1977). THERMODYNAMIC THEORY OF BLACK HOLES. In Proc R Soc London Ser A (1975 ed., Vol. 353, pp. 499-521)

THERMODYNAMIC THEORY OF BLACK HOLES. / Davies, Paul.

Proc R Soc London Ser A. Vol. 353 1975. ed. 1977. p. 499-521.

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Davies, P 1977, THERMODYNAMIC THEORY OF BLACK HOLES. in Proc R Soc London Ser A. 1975 edn, vol. 353, pp. 499-521.
Davies P. THERMODYNAMIC THEORY OF BLACK HOLES. In Proc R Soc London Ser A. 1975 ed. Vol. 353. 1977. p. 499-521
Davies, Paul. / THERMODYNAMIC THEORY OF BLACK HOLES. Proc R Soc London Ser A. Vol. 353 1975. ed. 1977. pp. 499-521
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