Re: AMBER: aniso and iso

From: Yam <>
Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2005 00:17:43 -0800 (PST)

  What i meant was ... if we want to change the distance between molecule and water molecule when we solvate, we will need to put the value in "closeness". What about if we want to change the values between one water molecule with another water molecule in the waterbox?

"David A. Case" <> wrote: On Thu, Dec 15, 2005, Yam wrote:
> I came across the word "aniso" and "iso" in the solvateoct and solvatebox
> command in the leap program. Anyone know what does that mean?

Please see pp. 71 and 74 of the Users' Manul.

> I'm trying to alter some value for the distance between water molecule and
> water molecule, can anyone please tell me how?

I don't understand the question.



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