Black holes have an entropy, but they evaporate. At the end of the evaporation, the entropy is greater than the entropy at the beginning of the evaporation. I am looking for an example of a quantitative result for the entropy of the black hole after evaporation (or the entropy difference between the beginning and the end of the evaporation). You can use your favorite theory (General relativity, f(R), String theory, Loop Quantum Gravity, etc..), you can use your favorite kind of black hole (Schwarzschild, rotating, charged, extremal, BTZ, etc.... ), and you can use your favorite dimension (from 4 to 11...), but I am looking for a quantitative result.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Entropy of a black hole after evaporation

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