[gmx-users] Re: How to freeze the atoms?
Vitaly V. Chaban
vvchaban at gmail.com
Tue Jun 23 12:04:35 CEST 2009
> Dear all
> I attach 8 carbonyl groups onto a
> carbon nanotube (CNT). Each carbonyl group is considered as a residue named
> "Car" and each carbon atom in the CNT is considered as a residue named
> "Gr1". In the mdp file, the freezegrps are Gr1 and Car, and the freezedim
> are Y Y Y Y Y Y. Does it mean that all the C in the CNT and C and O in the
> carbonyl groups are fixed in three dimensions and they can not move in any
> direction. However, when I made the energy minimization, the coordinates of
> C and O in carbonyl groups changed.
> How can I really fix the atoms? Look forward
> for your suggestions!
All the atoms which relate to your frozen groups should be non-movable
>the coordinates of C and O in carbonyl groups changed.
Only ones of CHO changed? And the CNT itself is nonmovable? Check your
Vitaly V. Chaban, Ph.D. (ABD)
School of Chemistry
V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University
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