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A Different Mass-Luminosity Relation for Black Holes

Author(s): Najmuj Sahadat Sarkar

I basically showed in this paper that the luminosity of a black hole is inversely proportional to the square of its mass. By applying some simple math we can relate mathematical properties to each other very easily. My paper says that the lower the mass of the black hole, the higher its luminosity. This mass-luminosity relation is completely different from the Eddington mass-luminosity relation. This means that if a black hole has less mass, its luminosity will be higher. But if the mass of the black hole is more, its luminosity will be less. I explained it this way, in the case of a low mass black hole, most of its mass is converted into energy. For which its mass is less. So its luminosity is high, and it’s also the reason of low surface area. But in case of black hole with more mass, its surface area will be more. So with more surface area, it becomes more likely that more anti-matter will enter there through Quantum Fluctuations. And it will reduce its mass energy density. If the mass density decreases, the mass will decrease. For which he will not get sufficient mass, so that he can eject an intense radiation.

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