[gmx-users] Regarding g_energy of heterogenous systems
peter.stern at weizmann.ac.il
Tue Jan 10 13:57:22 CET 2017
It is given in well-define units: Kilojoules per mole. A mole contains an Avogadro's number worth of molecules: ~6.022 X 10**23.
What would dividing by the total number of molecules gives you?
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Subject: [gmx-users] Regarding g_energy of heterogenous systems
In the calculation of various energy terms (Coulombic/LJ) for interaction energies between Protein-Solvent systems , do we need to specify -nmol as total number of molecules of protein and solvent molecules?
If the -nmol option is not specified, the energy value which comes as output as , for instance :
LJ-SR -Protein-SOL - -52.9383 kJ/mol
Should it be divided by total number of molecules(protein+sol) to arrive at the value?
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