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A&A
Volume 550, February 2013
Article Number A129
Number of page(s) 20
Section Cosmology (including clusters of galaxies)
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201219398
Published online 07 February 2013

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Appendix A: Pressure profiles and best-fitting model

The X-ray pressure profile of each cluster was fitted with a generalised-NFW (GNFW) model as described in Sect. 3.2.3. Table A.1 gives the best-fitting model and Fig. A.1 shows each X-ray profile with the best-fitting GNFW model overplotted.

Table A.1

Best-fitting X-ray pressure profile parameters.

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Pressure profiles of the sample with the best-fitting GNFW model overplotted (red line). The dotted vertical line indicates R500 for each cluster.

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Appendix B: Image gallery

Figure B.1 shows the 0.3–2keV band X-ray image gallery of the cluster sample, arranged from top left to bottom right in order of the morphological characterisation parameter ne,0, the central density. Images are corrected for surface brightness dimming with z, divided by the emissivity in the energy band, taking into account galactic absorption and instrument response, and scaled according to the self-similar model. The colour table is the same for all clusters, so that the images would be identical if clusters obeyed strict self-similarity, and each panel is 1.25R500 on a side.

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Image gallery.

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Appendix C: Scaled X-ray profiles

Figure C.1 shows the X-ray profiles of the sample. They have been radially scaled by the R500 determined from the M500 − YX,500 relation of Pratt et al. (2010; see also Arnaud et al. 2010). Relaxed (or equivalently, cool core) systems are plotted in blue, disturbed systems in red, and intermediate objects in black. The gas density profiles are scaled by the expected self-similar evolution with redshift; the temperature profiles are scaled by the average spectroscopic temperature in the [0.15−0.75] R500 region; the pressure profiles are scaled by P500; the mass profiles are scaled by M500 (also estimated from the M500 − YX,500 relation).

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X-ray profiles scaled by R500 from the M500 − YX,500 relation of Arnaud et al. (2010). From left to right, top to bottom: gas density, gas temperature, gas pressure, integrated mass. Cool core systems are plotted in blue, morphologically disturbed objects in red, and intermediate systems in black. The grey line in the pressure plot is the universal pressure profile of Arnaud et al. (2010).

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Appendix D: Mass profile fits

The integrated mass profile of each cluster was fitted with an NFW model as described in Sect. 5.2. Table D.1 gives the corresponding best-fitting NFW model and Fig. D.1 shows the mass profile of each cluster with the best-fitting NFW model overplotted.

Table D.1

Best-fitting mass profile model parameters.

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X-ray mass profiles of the sample with the best-fitting NFW model overplotted (red line). The dotted vertical line indicates R500 for each cluster, determined from the best-fitting NFW model.

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