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Fig. 5


Maximum gravitational energy, Egrav (top) and maximum kinetic flow energy, Eflow (bottom) of the hot plasma plotted versus maximum thermal energy, Eth, derived from RHESSI (left) and GOES data (right). Power-law fits (full lines), the slope α and intercept b of the obtained power law, and the rank correlation coefficient R are also indicated. The dotted line denotes x = y, and the median ratio M of the different energies is indicated. Both gravitational and flow energies are significantly lower than the maximum thermal energies.

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