[gmx-users] Re : Positive and negative ions move in the same direction under a constant electric field?
David van der Spoel
spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se
Mon May 14 07:33:33 CEST 2007
> Dear Mark and Tom：
> Thanks for your answer. In order to modify the term of temperature
> coupling group, I chose “system” in place of “SOL” when using the genion
> function. So the temperature coupling in .mdp file became：
> tc_grps = System
> tau_t = 0.1
> ref_t = 300
> I changed the [moleculetype] with the SOL number and add NA+ and CL- in
> .top file as I did before. Other procedure and setting in the simulation
> are the same as I used before.
> There is not protein in my simulation system. I can’t use “protein”
> and “non-protein” in tc_grps setting.
> After 600 ps, the Na^+ and Cl^- do not move in the same direction
> obviously. In fact, they move slowly and slightly. But I can’t observe
> that the two different ions move in the opposite direction. Is anything
> inappropriate in my temperature coupling setting?
your system is probably not equilirated before 600 ps. genion doesn't
use the temperature coupling information, just mdrun.
please compute the msd (g_msd) and see when the curve becomes a straight
line. you'll have to run at least 5 ns.
> Can anyone give me some clue on this? I’ll appreciate for any hints on
> this question.
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David van der Spoel, PhD, Assoc. Prof., Molecular Biophysics group,
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