[gmx-users] Regarding use of g_x2top utility in Gromacs
rakesh.pant at students.iiserpune.ac.in
Sun Nov 26 10:37:56 CET 2017
If I use O atoms to define the respective functional groups, then how to
include the C atoms present in the molecule.
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On Sun, Nov 26, 2017 at 3:08 PM, Alexandr Nasedkin <nasedkin at chalmers.se>
> As I understood the problem, you need to distinguish between surface and
> buried carbons?
> You could define two atomtypes that differ in name and use it to process
> with x2top.
> Below is an example of *.n2t lines. You would need to change the charges
> and bondlengthes.
> O OCH -1.05 15.9994 2 C 0.154 H 0.1 ; oxygen, -OH
> O OCE -1.05 15.9994 2 C 0.154 C 0.154 ; bridge oxygen
> Then you need *.n2t file in your ff.
> Good luck!
> On 25/11/2017 22:06, Justin Lemkul wrote:
>> On 11/25/17 3:31 PM, Rakesh Pant wrote:
>>> But then I how will include the C atom (which is also one of the
>> No idea, but I know people on this list have dealt with graphene oxide
>> before, so hopefully someone else chimes in.
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