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[[Image:Bernal_and_Fowler_model.png|thumb|200px|right|Schematic diagram of the geometry of the BF model (adapted from Fig. 10 of Ref. 1).]]
 
The '''BF''' ([[Bernal]] and [[Sir Ralph Howard Fowler FRS| Fowler]]) model <ref>[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1749327 J. D. Bernal and R. H. Fowler "A Theory of Water and Ionic Solution, with Particular Reference to Hydrogen and Hydroxyl Ions", Journal of Chemical Physics '''1''' pp. 515-548 (1933)]</ref> is one of the original models
 
The '''BF''' ([[Bernal]] and [[Sir Ralph Howard Fowler FRS| Fowler]]) model <ref>[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1749327 J. D. Bernal and R. H. Fowler "A Theory of Water and Ionic Solution, with Particular Reference to Hydrogen and Hydroxyl Ions", Journal of Chemical Physics '''1''' pp. 515-548 (1933)]</ref> is one of the original models
 
designed to study liquid [[water]]. It is worth noting that this model bears a striking resemblance to the geometry of the [[TIP4P model of water]], which was proposed in 1983, and has been extremely popular ever since.
 
designed to study liquid [[water]]. It is worth noting that this model bears a striking resemblance to the geometry of the [[TIP4P model of water]], which was proposed in 1983, and has been extremely popular ever since.

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Schematic diagram of the geometry of the BF model (adapted from Fig. 10 of Ref. 1).

The BF (Bernal and Fowler) model [1] is one of the original models designed to study liquid water. It is worth noting that this model bears a striking resemblance to the geometry of the TIP4P model of water, which was proposed in 1983, and has been extremely popular ever since.

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