Water clusters: q-TIP4P/F model

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The following clusters are for the q-TIP4P/F model of water at a temperature of 0K [1] The structures and energies shown here were calculated by Dr. Briesta Sigoñe González González of the Universidad de La Laguna.

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Related reading[edit]

  1. Briesta S. González, Eva G. Noya, Carlos Vega and Luis M. Sesé "Nuclear Quantum Effects in Water Clusters: The Role of the Molecular Flexibility", Journal of Physical Chemistry B (Article ASAP) (2010)
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