Theoretical studies of large water clusters: (H[sub 2]O)[sub 28], (H[sub 2]O)[sub 29],

Khan, Arshad
April 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;4/1/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 13, p5537
Academic Journal
Examines the stability and structures of different hexakaidecahedral clusters that contain 28-31 monomer molecules and compares them with those of tetrakai and pentakaidecahedral clusters. Singlet state structures and stabilization energy values; Number of water molecules of the most stable 29 and 30 mer clusters.


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