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Fig. 4


Unabsorbed luminosity (in the 0.5–10 keV range) vs. the temperature (in keV) of the hot multicolour disk component for the XMM-Newton data (Table 2). The (red) solid curves correspond to internal temperature (Tin) of the accretion curtain versus total luminosity, as predicted by Mushtukov et al. (2017; see their Fig. 3). Different curves correspond to different magnetic field strength. From left to right it is 1012, 2 × 1012, 4 × 1012, 8 × 1012, 1.6 × 1013 and 3.2 × 1013 G.

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