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Black hole relics in string gravity: Last stages of Hawking evaporation

Abstract : One of the most intriguing problem of modern physics is the question of the endpoint of black hole evaporation. Based on Einstein-dilaton-Gauss-Bonnet four dimensional string gravity model we show that black holes do not disappear and that the end of the evaporation process leaves some relic. The possibility of experimental detection of the remnant black holes is investigated. If they really exist, such objects could be a considerable part of the non baryonic dark matter in our Universe.
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S.O. Alexeyev, A. Barrau, G. Boudoul, O. Khovanskaya, M. Sazhin. Black hole relics in string gravity: Last stages of Hawking evaporation. Classical and Quantum Gravity, IOP Publishing, 2002, 19, pp.4431-4444. ⟨in2p3-00011725⟩

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