The melting temperature of the six site potential model of water.

@article{Abascal2006TheMT,
  title={The melting temperature of the six site potential model of water.},
  author={J. Abascal and R. G. Fern{\'a}ndez and C. Vega and M. Carignano},
  journal={The Journal of chemical physics},
  year={2006},
  volume={125 16},
  pages={
          166101
        }
}
The melting temperature of the six site potential of water is calculated using two different methods. The first one combines free energy calculations with Hamiltonian Gibbs-Duhem integration. The second method is based on the evolution (melting or freezing) of an explicit liquid-ice interface. Both methods yield very similar results, so we propose 289K as the melting temperature of the model. The melting temperature of the six site potential of water is calculated using two different methods… Expand
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