Derrick Guang Yuh Lee
k24dgyl at mun.ca
Tue Aug 10 19:07:08 CEST 2004
just curious, but does the, assumably, the gro file you used w/ genbox to
multiple your molecule have a box size? like, if the gro file
theoretically has a box size that is relatively large in comparison to
the molecule, then genbox's stacking could explain the distance in between
the heads of your molecule. that's all i can say... hope you figure it
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On Tue, 10 Aug 2004, Dinesh Pinisetty wrote:
> Hi all,
> i tried to generate a monolayer of a membrane of 128 molecules.
> I took a single molecule with fifty atoms and then I used genbox to
> multiply it to 128,I got monolayer but the head to head distance is too
> weird, though i give 0.7 as head to head distance they look very far
> apart.when I read manual about genbox I understood that it stacks
> simulation boxes with molecules and thus they are very far apart,am I right
> in this.....
> Now please anyone suggest how to get the distance between molecules very
> close with head to head distance very low and all the molecules being in
> same simulation box.Can I use genbox multiply and allow all the molecules
> being in same box with head to head distance what i mention.........If yes
> how,what are staements to be given.
> Please help me out in this regard..............
> Thanking you,
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