The sparseness of the Schwarzschild black hole

Anshuman Ronjamangari
Comments: 12 pages, 1 figure

The Schwarzschild black hole is the sole known instance of a proton-proton collision in the vicinity of a black hole that contains a proton-ki-proton and a proton-ki-proton decay. We investigate the relation between the Schwarzschild black hole sparseness and the spin-tensor coupling in the vicinity of a proton-proton and proton-proton collisions. We find a relation between the spin-tensor coupling and the mass of the proton-proton plus spin-tensor coupling in the vicinity of the proton-proton collision and a relation between the mass of the proton and spin-tensor coupling.