Non-commutative black holes are characterised by a minimum mass which would result in a remnant after the Hawking evaporation ends. We numerically study the decay of neutral non-commutative black holes for up to ten spatial dimensions and typical parameters that would make their production possible at the LHC. Neglecting possible accretion mechanism, we find that decay-times are extremely short.
- Black holes
- Large extra dimensions
- Models of quantum gravity
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics