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Characterising large-scale structure with the REFLEX II cluster survey

  • Gayoung Chon (a1)

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We study the large-scale structure with superclusters from the REFLEX X-ray cluster survey together with cosmological N-body simulations. It is important to construct superclusters with criteria such that they are homogeneous in their properties. We lay out our theoretical concept considering future evolution of superclusters in their definition, and show that the X-ray luminosity and halo mass functions of clusters in superclusters are found to be top-heavy, different from those of clusters in the field. We also show a promising aspect of using superclusters to study the local cluster bias and mass scaling relation with simulations.

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Characterising large-scale structure with the REFLEX II cluster survey

  • Gayoung Chon (a1)

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