Table A.1

First series of XXL articles.

Num. The XXL Survey Authors

I Scientific motivations −XMM-Newton observing plan − Pierre, Pacaud, Adami et al.
Follow-up observations and simulation programme
II The bright cluster sample Pacaud, Clerc, Giles et al.
III Luminosity-temperature relation of the bright cluster sample Giles, Maughan, Pacaud et al.
IV Mass-temperature relation of the bright cluster sample Lieu, Smith, Giles et al.
V Detection of the Sunyaev-Zel’dovich effect Mantz, Abdul, Carlstrom et al.
of the redshift 1.9 galaxy cluster XLSSU J021744.1-034536 with CARMA
VI The 1000 brightest X-ray point sources Fotopoulou, Pacaud, Paltani et al.
VII A supercluster of galaxies at z = 0.43 Pompei, Adami, Eckert et al.
VIII MUSE characterisation of intra-cluster light in a z = 0.53 cluster of galaxies Adami, Pompei, Sadibekova et al.
IX Optical overdensity and radio continuum analysis of a supercluster at z = 0.43 Baran, Smolčić, Milaković et al.
X Weak-lensing mass − Ziparo, Smith, Mulroy et al.
K-band luminosity relation for groups and clusters of galaxies
XI ATCA 2.1 GHz continuum observations Smolčić, Delahize, Huynh et al.
XII Optical spectroscopy of X-ray selected clusters Koulouridis, Poggianti, Altieri et al.
and the frequency of AGNs in superclusters
XIII The baryon content of the bright cluster sample Eckert, Ettori, Coupon et al.
XIV AAOmega redshifts for the southern XXL field Lidman, Ardila, Owers et al.

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