Ben-Naim models of water

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The page treats the models for water proposed over the years by Arieh Ben-Naim and co-workers.

The Ben-Naim and Stillinger model

References

Mercedes-Benz model

The so called Mercedes-Benz model of water is a two dimensional model proposed in 1971 (Refs. 1 and 2).

References

  1. A. Ben-Naim "Statistical Mechanics of "Waterlike" Particles in Two Dimensions. I. Physical Model and Application of the Percus–Yevick Equation", Journal of Chemical Physics 54 pp. 3682-3695 (1971)
  2. A. Ben-Naim "Statistical mechanics of water-like particles in two-dimensions II. One component system", Molecular Physics 24 pp. 705-721 (1972)

Primitive model

References

  1. Statistical Thermodynamics for Chemists and Biochemists (Plenum, New York, 1992)
  2. Arieh Ben-Naim "One-dimensional model for water and aqueous solutions. I. Pure liquid water", Journal of Chemical Physics 128 024505 (2008)
  3. Arieh Ben-Naim "One-dimensional model for water and aqueous solutions. II. Solvation of inert solutes in water", Journal of Chemical Physics 128 024506 (2008)

Primitive cluster model

References

  1. Ronald A. Lovett and A. Ben-Naim "One-Dimensional Model for Aqueous Solutions of Inert Gases", Journal of Chemical Physics 51 pp. 3108-3119 (1969)
  2. Arieh Ben-Naim "One-dimensional model for water and aqueous solutions. I. Pure liquid water", Journal of Chemical Physics 128 024505 (2008)
  3. Arieh Ben-Naim "One-dimensional model for water and aqueous solutions. II. Solvation of inert solutes in water", Journal of Chemical Physics 128 024506 (2008)