Part of the book: New Progress on Graphene Research
The energy spectrum of graviton emitted by the black hole binary is calculated in the first part of the chapter. Then, the total quantum loss of energy is calculated in the Schwinger theory of gravity. In the next part, we determine the electromagnetic shift of energy levels of H-atom electrons by calculating an electron coupling to the black hole thermal bath. The energy shift of electrons in H-atom is determined in the framework of nonrelativistic quantum mechanics. In the last section, we determine the velocity of sound in the black hole atmosphere, which is here considered as the black hole photon sea. Derivation is based on the thermodynamic theory of the black hole photon gas.
Part of the book: New Ideas Concerning Black Holes and the Universe