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Volume 2014 |Article ID 396453 | 6 pages | https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/396453

Entropy Spectrum of a KS Black Hole in IR Modified Hořava-Lifshitz Gravity

Academic Editor: Xiaoxiong Zeng
Received06 Jan 2014
Accepted10 Feb 2014
Published13 Mar 2014

Abstract

As a renormalizable theory of gravity, Hořava-Lifshitz gravity, might be an ultraviolet completion of general relativity and reduces to Einstein gravity with a nonvanishing cosmological constant in infrared. Kehagias and Sfetsos obtained a static spherically symmetric black hole solution called KS black hole in the IR modified Hořava-Lifshitz theory. In this paper, the entropy spectrum and area spectrum of a KS black hole are investigated based on the proposal of adiabatic invariant quantity. By calculating the action of producing a pair of particles near the horizon, it is obtained that the action of the system is exactly equivalent to the change of black hole entropy, which is an adiabatic invariant quantity. With the help of Bohr-Sommerfeld quantization rule, it is concluded that the entropy spectrum is discrete and equidistant spaced and the area spectrum is not equidistant spaced, which depends on the parameter of gravity theory. Some summary and discussion will be given in the last.

1. Introduction

In the 1970’s, with the discovery of Hawking radiation and Bekenstein’s proposal of black hole entropy, black hole thermodynamics has been built up successfully, which has opened a new field to study quantum theory and gravity theory [14]. Nowadays there has been some trouble on the statistic origin and quantization of black hole entropy for physicists on black hole thermodynamics. Since Bekenstein proposed that the horizon area of a nonextremal black hole is an adiabatic invariant classically and the horizon area of black hole is quantized in units of [58], there has been much attention paid to the quantization of black hole entropy spectrum and area spectrum. Hod proposed that if one employs Bohr's corresponding principle, the real part of the quasinormal mode frequency is responsible for the area spectrum of black hole [9, 10]. Combining the proposal by Bekenstein for the adiabaticity of black hole horizon area and Hod's proposal, Kunstatter proved that entropy spectrum of a -dimensional black hole is quantized and the result is in agreement with that of Hod and Bekenstein [11]. Later, Maggiore gave a new interpretation of black hole quasinormal modes in connection to the quantization of black hole horizon area. An important statement in Maggiore's work is that the periodicity of a black hole in Euclidean time may be the origin of area quantization [12]. It is well known that for any background spacetime with a horizon in Kruskal coordinates, the period with respect to Euclidean time takes the form of , where is the surface gravity of the horizon. Vagenas exclusively used the fact that the black hole horizon area is an adiabatic invariant quantum and derived an equally spaced entropy spectrum of a black hole with its value to be equal to that of Bekenstein [13]. Zeng et al. considered that the action , action variable , and Hamiltonian of any single periodic system satisfy the relation . They proposed that the action variable can be quantized with the equally spaced form . Once the action and Hamiltonian are given, the quantization action variable can be obtained. With the help of Bohr-Sommerfeld quantization rule, they proved that the quantized action variable is nothing but the entropy of black hole; thus the entropy and the horizon area of a black hole can be quantized. They emphasized that the action variable should be adiabatic invariant [1416]. Recently, Jiang and Han argued that the adiabatic invariant quantity is not canonically invariant, and the adiabatic invariant quantum should be of the covariance form . They also obtained the equally spaced entropy spectrum with the form of [17]. Some more works on the quantization of entropy spectrum of a black hole can be seen in the paper [1823].

Hořava gravity is a nonrelativistic renormalizable theory of gravitation [24], which is inspired by the anisotropic scaling between time and space in condensed matter systems in particular in the theory of quantum critical phenomena, where the degree of anisotropy between space and time is characterized by the “dynamical critical exponent” . It is well known that relativistic systems automatically satisfy as a consequence of Lorentz invariance. In Hořava-Lifshitz theory, systems' scaling at a short distance exhibits a strong anisotropy between space and time with . This will improve the short-distance behavior of the theory. The anisotropy at short distance can be lost for long distance while the Lorentz symmetry will appear as an emergent symmetry. The black hole solution of original Hořava-Lifshitz gravity does not recover the usual Schwarzschild-anti-de Sitter black hole with the detailed-balance condition. A relevant operator proportional to the geometry Ricci scalar of the original Hořava-Lifshitz theory action was introduced [25] and it deviated from detailed balance. This does not modify the ultraviolet properties of the theory. However, it modifies the infrared Hořava-Lifshitz gravity theory. So a Schwarzschild-anti-de Sitter solution can be realized in infrared modified Hořava-Lifshitz gravity theory and the Minkowski vacuum is also allowed. On the limit of vanishing , a spherically symmetric black hole solution has been obtained by Kehagias and Sfetsos [25], which is the analogy of Schwarzschild black hole in general relativity and is exactly asymptotically flat. After Hořava-Lifshitz gravity was proposed, much attention has been paid to it [2631].

In this paper, based on Vagenas’ proposal of adiabatic invariant quantity, we investigate entropy spectrum of a KS black hole in IR modified Hořava-Lifshitz gravity. Vagenas pointed that the general coordinates contain and , and the contribution of the two parts to the adiabatic invariant quantity are equivalent with each other by defining . Thus the integration result of adiabatic invariant quantity was directly given by the -integration, where the period of gravity system satisfies . We find that the periodicity of gravity system can conveniently be used to calculate the entropy spectrum. However, the physical picture of periodicity is not clear. We give our explanation about it by considering a process that a pair of particles create outside the horizon. One period of the system corresponds to the process with the outgoing positive energy particle crossing outwards the horizon while the negative energy particle tunnels into the black hole. The movement of the two particles can be described as a tunneling process proposed by Parikh and Wilczek's Hawking radiation [32]. After calculating, we find that the action of the system is exactly the black hole entropy which is the adiabatic invariant quantity. With the help of Bohr-Sommerfeld quantization rule, we obtain the quantized entropy and area spectrum. Some summary and discussion will be given in the latter.

2. Review of a KS Black Hole in IR Modified Hořava-Lifshitz Gravity

Using the ADM decomposition of the metric where and are the “lapse” and “shift” variables, respectively, and is the spatial metric. On the limit of , the action of IR modified Hořava-Lifshitz gravity theory can be given by which is obtained by introducing a term proportional to the Ricci scalar of the three-geometry to the original action of Hořava-Lifshitz gravity [26, 27]. Here is the extrinsic curvature, defined by where the dot denotes a derivative with respect to , is the Cotton tensor defined by and is the 3-dimensional curvature scalar for ; are all coupling constant parameters.

Comparing the action for the case of with the standard Einstein-Hilbert action, we find that the Lagrangian will become the usual Einstein-Hilbert Lagrangian when the speed of light , Newton's constant , and the cosmological constant are given by

The spherically symmetric asymptotically flat black hole solution has been obtained by Cai et al. [27], which is the analogy of Schwarzschild black hole in general relativity. The metric can be written as with where is an integration constant corresponding to the mass of black hole, and is a coupling constant parameter.

The condition gives the outer and inner horizons at

To avoid naked singularity, we should have . In the regime of traditional general relativity, we have , so the outer horizon approaches the usual Schwarzschild horizon , whereas the inner one approaches the singularity .

3. Entropy Quantization via Adiabatic Invariant Action

We consider a process that a pair of particles create near the horizon. While the outgoing positive energy particle crossing outwards the horizon, the negative energy particle ingoing towards the black hole along the radial direction. We describe the movement of the two particles as a tunneling process proposed by Parikh and Wilczek's proposal [32].

The action of the system is The first term is corresponding to the particles with positive energy, and the second term is the negative energy one. When energy conservation is considered, the black hole mass will decrease with the outgoing particle emitting. The Hamilton , ADM energy , and the particle's energy satisfy the relation ; that is, . Then by use of Hamilton's equation , the first term of (9) becomes where , , for the reason of that the black hole horizon will decrease with the particle emitting out.

When considering , we get It is easily found that there is a pole at . We do the integration as follows:

The second term of (9) corresponds to ingoing particles with negative energy. After similar calculation as the first term, we find that the contribution is equivalent to that of . That is, On the other hand, the Hawking temperature of the outer event horizon has been obtained as [31] which is proportional to the surface gravity on the event horizon of black hole. Considering the first law of thermodynamics and substituting the expression of temperature of black hole, we can obtain the entropy where is the area of event horizon.

After calculation, we find that the change of black hole entropy , when a particle with energy of emits out of the black hole, is exactly equivalent to the action ; that is,

Now, using the periodicity of the black hole, we calculate the adiabatic invariant quantity. According to the dimensional reduction technique, the two-dimensional spacetime of a KS black hole can be given by When defining the tortoise coordinate as in which is the surface gravity on the outer (inner) horizon. Using the null coordinates , , we can get the coordinates and [33, 34]. Then define where , are the Kruskal-like coordinates.

Different from (18), that is, the two-dimensional KS metric becomes Transforming the time coordinate as , we have It is easily found that both , are periodic functions with respect to the Euclidean time with the period of . Since we only consider the case of outer horizon, for simplicity we write for from now on.

When utilizing Vagenas’s adiabatic invariant quantity with the following form: where are the conjugate momentum of the general coordinate with for and . Considering , we have Because of the periodicity of with , the adiabatic invariant quantity can be calculated as

Implementing the Bohr-Sommerfeld quantization condition the black hole entropy spectrum can be given as and the entropy spectrum is discrete and equidistant spaced with To get the area spectrum, differentiate (15), we have We find that area spectrum is not equidistant spaced.

4. Summary and Conclusion

In this paper, based on the idea of adiabatic invariant quantity, we have investigated entropy spectrum of a KS black hole in IR modified Hořava-Lifshitz gravity. As a modified gravity theory, the entropy of a KS black hole does not satisfy Bekenstein's entropy-area relation. It consists of two terms: one is the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy, the other is a logarithmic term. The discrepancy between the entropy and the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy is the reflection of differences between this modified gravity theory and general relativity. After calculating, we find that the black hole entropy is an adiabatic invariant quantity. With the help of Bohr-Sommerfeld quantization rule, we obtain the quantized entropy and area spectrum. It is concluded that the entropy spectrum can be given as with , which is discrete and equidistant spaced with ; and the area spectrum is not equidistant spaced, which depends on the parameter of gravity theory. In addition, by calculating the action of a production of a pair of particles near the horizon, we find that the action of the system is exactly equivalent to the change to black hole entropy, which is an adiabatic invariant quantity. The procession of the particle producing, with positive energy outgoing towards the horizon while the one with negative energy is ingoing the horizon, can give a clear explanation to the periodicity of gravity system.

Conflict of Interests

The authors declare that there is no conflict of interests regarding the publication of this paper.

Acknowledgments

This work is supported by Beijing Postdoctoral Research Foundation no. 71006015201201 and National Natural Science Foundation of China (no. 11275017 and no. 11173028).

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