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A&A
Volume 569, September 2014
Article Number A31
Number of page(s) 23
Section Cosmology (including clusters of galaxies)
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201323362
Published online 15 September 2014

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Appendix A

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Dark matter density x-projections in g / cm2 of all 12 clusters. All plots show the inner 5 Mpc/h and use the same color scheme, see Fig. l.

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Temperature x-projections of all 12 clusters. All plots show the inner 5 Mpc/h and use the same color scheme, see Fig. l.

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Baroclinic vorticity magnitude x-projections of all 12 clusters. All plots show the inner 5 Mpc/h and use the same color scheme, see Fig. l. The visibility of the grid refinement boundary is due to the usage of a common stencil when calculating the gradient or rotation on the grid data.

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X-ray emissivity-weighted galactic wind metal mass-fraction x-projection of all 12 clusters. All plots show the inner 5 Mpc/h and use the same color scheme, see Fig. l.

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X-ray emissivity-weighted ram-pressure-stripped metal mass-fraction x-projection of all 12 clusters. All plots show the inner 5 Mpc/h and use the same color scheme, see Fig. l.

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X-ray emissivity-weighted total metal mass-fraction x-projection of all 12 clusters. All plots show the inner 2.5 Mpc/h and use the same color scheme, see Fig. l. The color scheme represents a range from 0.2−2 Z.

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