Kaluza–Klein black hole
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A Kaluza–Klein black hole is a black brane (generalisation of a black hole) in asymptotically flat Kaluza–Klein space, i.e. higher-dimensional spacetime with compact dimensions. They may also be called KK black holes.
- Obers (2009), p. 212–213
- Obers, N.A. (2009). "Black Holes in Higher-Dimensional Gravity". Physics of Black Holes. pp. 211–258. Retrieved 2010-04-08.
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