Carlos Vega
Carlos Vega
Professor of Physical Chemistry, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
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A general purpose model for the condensed phases of water: TIP4P/2005
JLF Abascal, C Vega
The Journal of chemical physics 123 (23), 234505, 2005
A potential model for the study of ices and amorphous water: TIP4P/Ice
JLF Abascal, E Sanz, R García Fernández, C Vega
The Journal of chemical physics 122 (23), 234511, 2005
Simulating water with rigid non-polarizable models: a general perspective
C Vega, JLF Abascal
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (44), 19663-19688, 2011
Surface tension of the most popular models of water by using the test-area simulation method
C Vega, E De Miguel
The Journal of chemical physics 126 (15), 154707, 2007
What ice can teach us about water interactions: a critical comparison of the performance of different water models
C Vega, JLF Abascal, MM Conde, JL Aragones
Faraday discussions 141, 251-276, 2009
Water: a tale of two liquids
P Gallo, K Amann-Winkel, CA Angell, MA Anisimov, F Caupin, ...
Chemical reviews 116 (13), 7463-7500, 2016
The melting point of ice for common water models calculated from direct coexistence of the solid-liquid interface
R García Fernández, JLF Abascal, C Vega
The Journal of chemical physics 124 (14), 144506, 2006
The melting temperature of the most common models of water
C Vega, E Sanz, JLF Abascal
The Journal of chemical physics 122 (11), 114507, 2005
Phase diagram of water from computer simulation
E Sanz, C Vega, JLF Abascal, LG MacDowell
Physical review letters 92 (25), 255701, 2004
Determination of phase diagrams via computer simulation: methodology and applications to water, electrolytes and proteins
C Vega, E Sanz, JLF Abascal, EG Noya
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 20 (15), 153101, 2008
Widom line and the liquid–liquid critical point for the TIP4P/2005 water model
JLF Abascal, C Vega
The Journal of chemical physics 133 (23), 234502, 2010
Vapor-liquid equilibria from the triple point up to the critical point for the new generation of TIP4P-like models: TIP4P/Ew, TIP4P/2005, and TIP4P/ice
C Vega, JLF Abascal, I Nezbeda
The Journal of chemical physics 125 (3), 034503, 2006
Homogeneous ice nucleation at moderate supercooling from molecular simulation
E Sanz, C Vega, JR Espinosa, R Caballero-Bernal, JLF Abascal, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (40), 15008-15017, 2013
Determining the three-phase coexistence line in methane hydrates using computer simulations
MM Conde, C Vega
The Journal of chemical physics 133 (6), 064507, 2010
Solid–fluid equilibria for hard dumbbells via Monte Carlo simulation
C Vega, EPA Paras, PA Monson
The Journal of chemical physics 96 (12), 9060-9072, 1992
A potential model for methane in water describing correctly the solubility of the gas and the properties of the methane hydrate
H Docherty, A Galindo, C Vega, E Sanz
The Journal of chemical physics 125 (7), 074510, 2006
Revisiting the Frenkel-Ladd method to compute the free energy of solids: The Einstein molecule approach
C Vega, EG Noya
The Journal of chemical physics 127 (15), 154113, 2007
Dynamic defrosting on nanostructured superhydrophobic surfaces
JB Boreyko, BR Srijanto, TD Nguyen, C Vega, M Fuentes-Cabrera, ...
Langmuir 29 (30), 9516-9524, 2013
Anomalies in water as obtained from computer simulations of the TIP4P/2005 model: density maxima, and density, isothermal compressibility and heat capacity minima
HL Pi, JL Aragones, C Vega, EG Noya, JLF Abascal, MA Gonzalez, ...
Molecular Physics 107 (4-6), 365-374, 2009
Equation of state of chain molecules
T Boublik, C Vega, M Diaz‐Pena
The Journal of chemical physics 93 (1), 730-736, 1990
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