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Table 8

Best-fit temperatures and statistical uncertainties for the EPIC instruments in the  ~6−7 keV band.

pn MOS
EM freea EM constr.b EM freea EM constr.b
Name  rin  rout T σT/T T σT/T T σT/T T σT/T
[′] [′] [keV] [keV] [keV] [keV]

A1795 1.5 6.0 6.1[5.7−6.5] 7% 6.6[6.4−6.8] 3% 5.7[5.3−6.1] 7% 6.1[5.9−6.3] 3%
A2029 1.5 6.0 7.7[7.1−8.4] 9% 7.7[7.3−8.2] 6% 9.0[8.3−9.7] 8% 8.4[7.8−8.9] 7%
A3112 1.5 6.0 5.6[4.3−6.7] 21% 5.6[5.2−6.2] 9% 7.2[6.4−8.1] 11% 6.4[5.9−6.9] 8%
A3571 0.0 6.0 7.5[7.0−7.9] 6% 7.5[7.2−7.9] 4% 6.8[6.5−7.1] 5% 6.8[6.6−7.0] 3%
A85 1.5 6.0 7.4[6.6−8.1] 10% 7.3[6.8−7.7] 7% 6.4[5.4−7.2] 15% 6.4[5.8−6.8] 8%
Coma 1.0 6.0 9.3[8.9−9.8] 5% 9.0[8.7−9.3] 4% 9.2[8.6−9.7] 6% 8.9[8.5−9.3] 4%

Notes. The uncertainties are given at 1σ. The temperatures are derived using data extracted from concentric annuli of inner and outer radii given as rin and rout. The data were fitted with a single-temperature MEKAL model in the  ~6−7 keV band

(a)

allowing the emission measure to be free or

(b)

constraining the emission measure within that derived in the hard band.

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