[gmx-users] water density
lindahl at csb.stanford.edu
Tue May 11 19:36:42 CEST 2004
> If you try to simulate water in a box that is too large you'll get
> clusters. Compare with a glass of water in a space shuttle - the water
> won't expand to fill the entire shuttle at low density, but will form
> a sphere in vacuum.
Just to clarify - usually there is of course air in the actual space
vessel, but imagine a vacuum experiment being carried out...
Oh well, I was just trying to get rid of the gravity when explaining it
since we usually don't have that in simultions. Hope you get the
general idea :-)
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