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Schwarzschild black hole

(shvarts -shilt, shworts -shild) A black hole that possesses mass but has zero angular momentum and zero electric charge.
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There is a long history of attempts to model this phenomenon analytically; early attempts include the Einstein-Strauss model through embedding Schwarzschild black holes in the background (FLRW) universe [10], and also the well known McVittie solution [16].
Two of the nine papers in this collection study energy indeterminacies and inequalities during tunneling and investigate Hawking radiation as massless particles tunneling across the event horizon of Schwarzschild black holes.