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Internat. J. Modern Phys. B, 2012, Volume 26, Pages 1243010–20 (Mi jsphb3)  

Solitons experience for black hole production in ultrarelativistic particle collisions

I. Ya. Aref'eva

Steklov Mathematical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Gubkina Str. 8, 119991, Moscow, Russia

Abstract: We discuss the analogy between soliton scattering in quantum field theory and black hole/wormholes (BH/WH) production in ultrarelativistic particle collisions in gravity. It is a common wisdom of the current paradigm suggests that BH/WH formation in particles collisions will happen when a center-mass energy of colliding particles is sufficiently above the Planck scale (the transplanckian region) and the BH/WH production can be estimated by the classical geometrical cross section. We compare the background of this paradigm with the functional integral method to scattering amplitudes and, in particular, we stress the analogy of the BH production in collision of ultrarelativistic particle and appearance of breathers poles in the scattering amplitudes in the Sin–Gordon model.

Funding Agency Grant Number
Russian Foundation for Basic Research 11-01-00894-a
This work is supported in part by RFBR Grant 11-01-00894-a.


DOI: https://doi.org/10.1142/S0217979212430102


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Language: English

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