Maximum thermal energies Eth derived from RHESSI (left column) and GOES (right column) as a function of the emission measure EM (top row), temperature T (2nd from top), electron density n (3rd from top), and thermal volume Vth (bottom row). We also show power-law fits obtained with the BCES bisector method (full black line). The slope α and intercept b of the obtained power law and the rank correlation coefficient R are indicated.
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