Magnetic black holes in Weitzenböck geometry

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© 2019, Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature. We derive magnetic black hole solutions using a general gauge potential in the framework of teleparallel equivalent general relativity. One of the solutions gives a non-trivial value of the scalar torsion. This non-triviality of the torsion scalar depends on some values of the magnetic field. The metric of those solutions behave asymptotically as anti-de-Sitter/de-Sitter spacetimes. The energy conditions are discussed in details. Also, we calculate the torsion and curvature invariants to discuss singularities. Additionally, we calculate the conserved quantities using the Einstein–Cartan geometry to understand the physics of the constants appearing into the solutions.

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