# COS model of water

The **COS** (charge-on-spring) models for water. The original COS model was that of Straatsma and McCammon ^{[1]}.

## Contents

## COS/B2[edit]

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## COS/D2[edit]

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## COS/G2[edit]

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## COS/G3[edit]

## References[edit]

- ↑ T. P. Straatsma and J. A. McCammon "Molecular Dynamics Simulations with Interaction Potentials Including Polarization Development of a Noniterative Method and Application to Water", Molecular Simulation
**5**pp. 181-192 (1990) - ↑ Haibo Yu, Tomas Hansson, and Wilfred F. van Gunsteren "Development of a simple, self-consistent polarizable model for liquid water", Journal of Chemical Physics
**118**pp. 221-234 (2003) - ↑ Stephan J. Bachmann and Wilfred F. van Gunsteren "An improved simple polarisable water model for use in biomolecular simulation", Journal of Chemical Physics
**141**22D515 (2014) - ↑ Haibo Yu and Wilfred F. van Gunsteren "Charge-on-spring polarizable water models revisited: From water clusters to liquid water to ice", Journal of Chemical Physics
**121**pp. 9549-9564 (2004)

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