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Fig. 9


Maximum thermal energy, Eth (dots), as a function of the background-subtracted peak GOES flux FG, derived from RHESSI (left) and GOES data (right). We also indicate a power-law fit (full black line) of Eth , the slope α and intercept b of the obtained power law, and the rank correlation coefficient R. The corresponding relations derived by Caspi et al. (2014a) and Emslie et al. (2012) are shown as blue and red dash-dotted lines, respectively. For comparison, the total (bolometric) radiated energies, Ebol, as derived by Emslie et al. (2012, diamonds) and Kretzschmar (2011, crosses), are also shown. The dotted green line shows a power law fitted to Ebol as derived by Kretzschmar (2011).

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