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A&A
Volume 572, December 2014
Article Number A46
Number of page(s) 30
Section Cosmology (including clusters of galaxies)
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201322684
Published online 27 November 2014

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Table 6

Radio data for CRS.

Appendix A: Calculation of scatter

We explain the calculation of scatter given in Table 3, which is based on the weighted sample variance in the log-log plane (Arnaud et al. 2005; Mittal et al. 2011): where , . Here, N is the sample size, c is the normalisation, m is the slope and the deltas represent the errors on the quantities. The statistical scatter, σstat, is estimated by calculating the root-mean-square of σi. The intrinsic scatter is given as the difference between the raw and the statistical scatters in quadrature. We simply replace M500 in place of LX in the formula to calculate scatter for the M500LBCG relation.

Appendix B: Temperature profiles

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Temperature profiles of A0160 (left) and A1177 (right).

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Temperature profiles of ESO 55 (left) and HCG 62 (right).

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Temperature profiles of HCG 97 (left) and IC 1262 (right).

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Temperature profiles of IC 1633 (left) and MKW 4 (right).

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Temperature profiles of MKW 8 (left) and NGC 326 (right).

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Temperature profiles of NGC 507 (left) and NGC 533 (right).

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Temperature profiles of NGC 777 (left) and NGC 1132 (right).

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Temperature profiles of NGC 1550 (left) and NGC 4325 (right).

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Temperature profiles of NGC 4936 (left) and NGC 5129 (right).

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Temperature profiles of NGC 5419 (left) and NGC 6269 (right).

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Temperature profiles of NGC 6338 (left) and NGC 6482 (right).

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Temperature profiles of RXCJ 1022 (left) and RXCJ 2214 (right).

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Temperature profiles of S0463 (left) and SS2B (right).

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Appendix C: NVSS radio contours on optical images for some groups

Here, we present 1.4 GHz NVSS radio contours (green) overlaid on optical images from SAO-DSS with the EP marked (red X). Co-ordinates are sexagesimal right ascension and declination.

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A0160 and A1177.

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ESO55 and HCG62.

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HCG97 and IC 1262.

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MKW8 and NGC 326.

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NGC 507 and NGC 533.

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NGC 777 and NGC 1132.

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NGC 1550 and NGC 4325.

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NGC 4936 and NGC 5129.

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NGC 5419 and NGC 6269.

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NGC 6338 and NGC 6482.

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RXC J1022 and RXC J2214.

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