Submissions from A. K. Koryak
 [1] faKiv:2002.07230 [pdf]

Amplitudes of Higgscharged massless scalar fields in the presence of a scalar fieldShai F. Abraham, A. K. Koryak, Matar S. Ahmad, Esmail A. Yusuf, Kareem A. Yusuf, Zakariya Iqbal, Yohji Yanagida, YeTong ZhangComments: 12 pages, 5 figure, references added, minor changes
In this paper we propose a method for computing the amplitudes of scalar fields in the presence of a scalar field that is more general than the known methods of the Higgs field and the HiggsHiggs coupling, and we use this method to obtain the corresponding amplitudes for any generic scalar field. The method is based on the assumption that the scalar field is a scalar, and that the scalar field has a scalar powerlaw behavior. We demonstrate the validity of our method for any particular scalar field.
 [2] faKiv:2002.07335 [pdf]

Entanglement problem of a protonproton collision in the weak field limitComments: 18 pages, 8 figures. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1602.06937
We study the entanglement problem of a protonproton collision in the weak field limit in the presence of a scale factor. We find that the entanglement propagation in the weak field limit has a special behavior for the protonproton system and that the photon permeability has a special behavior for the protonproton system.
 [3] faKiv:2002.07369 [pdf]

For a black hole and a background of quarksComments: 15 pages
We study the Hawking radiation of a black hole and a background of quarks in the presence of a background of two particles: a massless quark and a massless boson. In particular, we investigate the radiation of a black hole and a background of quarks with an expected mass of one electron. We find that the radiation is directed toward the black hole. We also investigate the radiation of a black hole and a background of quarks with an expected mass of two electron. We show that the radiation is directed toward the black hole. We show that the radiation is directed toward the black hole.