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The structural and dynamical properties of water confined in nanoporous silica with a pore diameter of 2.7 nm were investigated by performing large-scale molecular dynamics simulations using the reactive force field. The radial distribution function and diffusion coefficient of water were calculated, and the values at the centre of the pore agreed well with experimental values for real water. In addition, the pore was divided into thin coaxial layers, and the average number of hydrogen bonds,doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.9638705 fatcat:mvvsenfmxbga7ctd5hqpcwy3qa