[gmx-users] units in g_sas

Madhuri Agashe magashe at CLEMSON.EDU
Wed Mar 3 03:20:01 CET 2004

Please excuse the ignorance...but what does the N stand for then?

Madhuri Agashe

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>The output got using the g_sas command, gives the following unit for Area.
>@    yaxis  label "Area (nm\S2\N)"
>Can anyone tell me what \S2\N stand for?

\S means superscript i.e. nm to the power of 2, or squared.

>Also am I right in assuming that D GSolv means the solvent accessible

That is a free energy change I believe between free and solvated.

Catch ya,

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