[gmx-users] Lambda Dependence when delta_lambda = 0

Ilya Chorny ichorny at maxwell.compbio.ucsf.edu
Thu Sep 11 08:11:02 CEST 2003

I should have added that this is in Water.


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To: Erik Lindahl
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Subject: [gmx-users] Lambda Dependence when delta_lambda = 0

Hi Erik,

I ran a short test trajectory where 100 ps calculating the free energy
of going from Ar - LJ1 (argon with a sigma one Angstrom smaller). In the
mdp file I set free energy to yes and kept the rest of the free energy 
parameters as defaults. I'm not sure I understand what the dH/dl in the
case when delta_lambda = 0. Should it not just be the difference in the
Hamiltonians between Ar and LJ1. The numbers seem a little high (~7000
kJ/mol) and I would expect them to be negative. 



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