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gerald V

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1.) Is it correct to say that angular momentum in this way is treated like orbital angular momentum, not like spin?

2.) Can a black hole have spin like an elementary particle (say, a massive gauge Boson or a Fermion, or even an entire atomic nucleus)? By which equations would this have to be described?

3.) If an elementary particle with spin falls radially into a Schwarzschild black hole, what is the result? Will a Kerr hole be generated? Or will this hole have spin in the sense the infalling elementary particle had?

Thank you very much in advance