Proceedings of the Particle Physics and Early Universe
For this paper:
PPEUC CMB index
A collapsed black hole in two-dimensional space-time
Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College, Prince Consort Road, London
SW7 2BZ, U.K.
An imploding shell of radiation is shown to create a 2-D black hole within the
framework of the ``'' theory. The radius of the horizon is given by
, where is the mass of the black hole. The topology of
the central singularity is that of a corner. The radiation emitted very far
from the black hole is thermal with temperature . The back-reaction problem is solved to one-loop order.
This poster is a short version of Vendrell (1997b).
Thu Jun 19 16:06:54 BST 1997