[gmx-users] Is there C=C in ffgmx.atp?
feenstra at chem.vu.nl
Fri Oct 10 09:15:05 CEST 2003
Markus O Kaukonen wrote:
> Dear All,
> I'd like to use Gromacs with all hydrogens included.
> This is done by choosing option
>>1: Gromacs Forcefield with all hydrogens (proteins only)
> in 'pdb2gmx'
> How are the C=C double bonds defined for aliphatic hydrocarbons
> with this force field?
> (I was unable to find a proper atom type in ffgmx.atp)
The double bond comes from the (improper) dihedral, not necessarily
from the atom types. Check, e.g., the N-C peptide bond.
N.B. the ffgmx2 forcefield is old, I wouldn't use it. IIRC, the OPLS
ff's are also all-atom.
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