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|Title:||Spinning boson stars and Kerr black holes with scalar hair: the effect of self-interactions|
|Author:||Herdeiro, Carlos A. R.|
Runarsson, Helgi F.
|Publisher:||World Scientific Publishing|
|Abstract:||Self-interacting boson stars (BSs) have been shown to alleviate the astrophysically low maximal mass of their nonself-interacting counterparts. We report some physical features of spinning self-interacting BSs, namely their compactness, the occurrence of ergo-regions and the scalar field profiles, for a sample of values of the coupling parameter. The results agree with the general picture that these BSs are comparatively less compact than the nonself-interacting ones. We also briefly discuss the effect of scalar self-interactions on the properties of Kerr black holes with scalar hair.|
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