[gmx-users] C6 and C12 in ffgmxnb.itp
albert_sun9 at yahoo.com
Wed Dec 10 19:16:01 CET 2003
Does the equation (5.1) (page 90 in manual) link C6, C12 with epsilon and sigma?
should we input C6 and C12 in .top file or epsilon and sigma?
If input C6 and C12 as in ffgmanb.itp, the potentail energy output is negative, which is not correct! is it?
David van der Spoel <spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se> wrote:
On Wed, 2003-12-10 at 17:15, Albert Sun wrote:
> Dear Users,
> I used parameters of C6 and C12 in ffgmxnb.itp to compute potential,
> the results are all negative, this looks incorrect.
> In ffgmxnb.itp file, for example C-C nonbond, C6= 0.0023402KJ/mol,
> C12 = 0.33740E-05 nm.
you are mixing this stuff up with sigma and epsilon ntoation. see manual
> But in other literatures, some researchers used C6 is about 0.
> 5KJ/mol and C12 is about 0.4nm, this will get positive potential.
> Do you think the parameters in ffgmxnb.itp is correct?
> Thanks for your advice.
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