Considering the Lorentzian distribution, the energy density of particle-like static spherically symmetric object with mass M has the following form :
This paper investigates noncommutative wormhole solutions with Lorentzian distribution in F(T, [T.sub.G]) gravity.
Bhar and Rahaman  examined in GR whether the wormhole solutions exist in different dimensional non-commutative space-time with Lorentzian distribution. They found that wormhole solutions appear only for four and five dimensions but no solution exists for higher dimensions.
Thus, depending on the resolution of the spectrometer, there is no evidence that the line shape function satisfies a purely Gaussian or a purely Lorentzian distribution function.
An observed x-ray peak will be described as the sum of many pseudo-Voigt profiles, each of them being characterized by four parameters, the proportion Cg of Gaussian to Lorentzian distribution, the peak position, the peak width and the peak amplitude.
The proportion of Gaussian and Lorentzian distributions in the peak profile is a function of the intrinsic properties of the analyzed emission, i.e., of the energy sub-shells involved in the analyzed radiative transitions.