Evolution of the Thermodynamic Properties of Clusters of Galaxies out to Redshift of 1.8

@article{Ghirardini2020EvolutionOT,
  title={Evolution of the Thermodynamic Properties of Clusters of Galaxies out to Redshift of 1.8},
  author={V. Ghirardini and E. Bulbul and R. Kraft and M. Bayliss and B. Benson and L. Bleem and S. Bocquet and Micheal Calzadilla and D. Eckert and W. Forman and Juan David Remolina Da Gonz{\'a}lez and G. Khullar and G. Mahler and M. McDonald},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2020},
  volume={910}
}
The thermodynamic properties of the hot plasma in galaxy clusters retain information on the processes leading to the formation and evolution of the gas in their deep, dark matter potential wells. These processes are dictated not only by gravity but also by gas physics, e.g., active galactic nucleus feedback and turbulence. In this work, we study the thermodynamic properties, e.g., density, temperature, pressure, and entropy, of the most massive and the most distant (seven clusters at z > 1.2… Expand

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