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Fig. 5


SEDs for cluster sub-samples. Left: in the redshiftmass plane, we show the distribution of the 561 Planck clusters with known redshift, which are used in this paper. Different colours (black and red) are used for the low- and high-redshift sub-samples, while different symbols (dots and diamonds) are used for the low- and high-mass sub-samples. Middle: in blue circles the 254 clusters at z> 0.25 and in orange triangles the 307 clusters at z ≤ 0.25 (307 clusters), plotted along with the corresponding best-fit models (dashed and dash-dotted lines, respectively). Left: in blue the 241 clusters with Mtot> 5.5 × 1014M and in orange the 320 clusters with Mtot ≤ 5.5 × 1014M, along with the best-fit models (dashed and dash-dotted lines, respectively). The rightmost (IRAS) point is not used in the fit.

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