|Burst source||Mean burst duration (s)a||Tail/prompt ratio||Ref.b|
|time scalec||taile||in timef||in fluenceg|
|Sources discussed here|
|GS 1826-24||44.6||32/28||0.03 (300 s)|
|4U 1728-34||12.6||53/25||0.09 (100 s)|
|EXO 0748-676||36.3||22/8||0.01 (300 s)|
|GX 3+1||6||1110 170||370/185||40 (10 s)||1|
|M 28||7.5||800-3250||100||>1.4i (90 s)||2|
|OSO-8 long burst||44.8||215.7||5||0.01 (150 s)||4|
|a Averaged over the bursts cataloged by Galloway et al. (2008); b references: 1 - Chenevez et al. (2006); 2 - Gotthelf & Kulkarni (1997); 3 - Czerny et al. (1987); 4 - Swank et al. (1977); c the time scale is defined as the burst fluence divided by the peak flux; d is the e-folding decay time of the final part of the prompt burst; e the time range in parentheses refers to the interval in which the fit was carried out; f the two numbers refer to division by the mean time scale and , respectively; g fluences for GS 1826-24 and 4U 1728-34 were determined from data averaged over multiple bursts; that for EXO 0748-676 from the RXTE triple burst. The time between parentheses refers to the interval for the prompt emission; h this value applies to the triple burst only and excluding times for the second burst; i based on counts of 0.8-12 keV photons in ASCA-GIS (Table 1 in Gotthelf & Kulkarni 1997).|
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