[gmx-users] meaning of the parameters in gbsa.itp
jalemkul at vt.edu
Thu Oct 24 18:14:59 CEST 2013
On 10/24/13 12:11 PM, Coco Mo wrote:
> Thanks Justin for the quick hint!
> So, only the last two columns are needed. Sorry for the stupid question,
> where can I obtain reliable values for the atomic van der waals radii? Is
> it I have to calculate from the original force field parameters, in my
> case, the opls?
Four of the atom types you cite are carbon. Note how the radius values barely
change between different carbon types. I would first start by assigning the
parameters from something chemically similar. The fluorine atom is more tricky,
not so much in assigning the radius, but in assigning the scaling factor.
You'll have to look for advice not from the OPLS force field papers, but from
the GBSA algorithm you will be using.
Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
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