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The '''TIP4P''' model
 
The '''TIP4P''' model
 
<ref>[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.445869    William L. Jorgensen, Jayaraman Chandrasekhar, Jeffry D. Madura,      Roger W. Impey and Michael L. Klein "Comparison of simple potential functions for simulating liquid water", Journal of Chemical Physics '''79''' pp. 926-935 (1983)]</ref>
 
<ref>[http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.445869    William L. Jorgensen, Jayaraman Chandrasekhar, Jeffry D. Madura,      Roger W. Impey and Michael L. Klein "Comparison of simple potential functions for simulating liquid water", Journal of Chemical Physics '''79''' pp. 926-935 (1983)]</ref>
is a rigid planar four-site interaction potential for [[water]], having a similar geometry to the [[BF model of water |Bernal and  Fowler model]], which was proposed in 1933.
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is a rigid planar four-site interaction potential for [[water]], having a similar geometry to the original [[BF |Bernal and  Fowler model]].
 
==Parameters==
 
==Parameters==
 
The TIP4P model consists of a [[Lennard-Jones model | Lennard-Jones site]] for the [[oxygen]] atom, and three charge sites.
 
The TIP4P model consists of a [[Lennard-Jones model | Lennard-Jones site]] for the [[oxygen]] atom, and three charge sites.

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