Volume 98, Number 1, April 2012
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||27 March 2012|
Entropic force approach in a noncommutative charged black hole and the equivalence principle
Islamic Azad University, Lahijan Branch - P.O. Box 1616, Lahijan, Iran
2 Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran Branch - P.O. Box 13185-768, Tehran, Iran
Accepted: 1 March 2012
Recently, Verlinde has suggested a novel model of duality between thermodynamics and gravity which leads to an emergent phenomenon for the origin of gravity and general relativity. In this paper, we investigate some features of this model in the presence of noncommutative charged black hole by performing the method of coordinate coherent states representing smeared structures. We derive several quantities, e.g., temperature, energy and entropic force. Our approach clearly exhibits that the entropic force on a smallest fundamental cell of holographic surface with radius r0 is halted. Accordingly, we can conclude that the black-hole remnants are absolutely inert without gravitational interactions. So, the equivalence principle of general relativity is contravened due to the fact that it is now possible to find a difference between the gravitational and inertial mass. In other words, the gravitational mass in the remnant size does not emit any gravitational field, therefore it is experienced to be zero, contrary to the inertial mass. This phenomenon illustrates a good example for a feasible experimental confirmation to the entropic picture of Newton's Second law in very short distances.
PACS: 04.70.Dy – Quantum aspects of black holes, evaporation, thermodynamics / 04.50.Kd – Modified theories of gravity / 05.70.-a – Thermodynamics
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