[gmx-users] energy units
spronk at its.caltech.edu
Tue Apr 19 18:16:07 CEST 2005
I think it's probably just Grace's coding for making the -1 a superscript.
The \S marks the beginning and the \N marks the end of the superscript. So
the energy units actually are kJ mol^-1, equivalent to kJ/mol--just like
what you want.
On Tue, 19 Apr 2005, Michal Kolinski wrote:
> Thank you for quick answer.
> I'm not sure if I understood correctly, so that means that g_energy
> calculates energies in kj/mol.
> What does N and S stand for in @ yaxis label "E (kJ mol\S-1\N)"
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