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Fig. 5


Relation between burst peak count rate and e-folding exponential decay time for the bursts in our sample. To avoid systematic effects related to flux reconstruction at high off-axis distances, only the parameters of the bursts detected at off-axis distances 4° are shown. Blue symbols correspond to primary bursts in SWT doublets. Red symbols belong to secondary bursts in SWT doublets. Each pair of bursts in a SWT pair are represented using the same symbol shape. For standard bursts in the sample, the peak count rate decreases as the e-folding exponential decay increases. The solid line indicates the linear fit with a of 1.4 for 40 d.o.f., excluding bursts in SWT doublets.

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