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The Mathematical Theory of Black Holes
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1: Mathematical preliminaries 2: A space-time of sufficient generality 3: The Schwarzchild space-time 4: The perturbations of the Schwarzchild black hole 5: The Reissner-Nordstrom solution 6: The Kerr metric 7: The geodesics in the Kerr space-time 8: Electromagnetic waves in Kerr geometry 9: The gravitational perturbations of the Kerr black hole 10: Spin-1/2 particles in Kerr geometry 11: Other solutions 12: Other methods

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`There is no doubt in my mind that this book is a masterpiece...beautifully written and well-presented.' Roger Penrose in Nature "Chandrasekhar has provided us with a magisterial text on the classical black holes, outstanding in the depth and detail of its coverage...Throughout, a wealth of mathematical ideas is explained and employed in the process of extracting the properties of these space-times, and the similarities and differences between the different black hole space-times are thoroughly treated. This book is an undoubted classic, and wil remain a standard reference work on black holes for many years." Mathematics Today, October 1999

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