msanku65 at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 23 04:01:18 CEST 2010
I was trying to use g_rdf to calculate radial distribution function g(r)
between lipid tails and a peptide close to membrane. What I find is that the
g(r) never goes to 1 at long distance. It is less than 1 at long distance .
My general question is : Is it always necessary that g(r) between two particles
should always be expected to converge to 1 at long distance ? Or,is it true
that it may be quite possible that g(r) can be smaller than 1 even at longer
separation for two objects ?
If someone can clarify my confusion, that will be great.
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