From: Margaret S. Cheung (mscheung_at_UH.EDU)
Date: Mon Apr 16 2007 - 14:43:13 CDT
Somehow I thought that it is acceptable to use cubic periodic boundary
box, but a rectangular periodic boundary box isn't, in order to compare
concentrations with experimental bulk values. Is it a common practice to
use a rectangular periodic boundary box for all-atom simulations?
-- Margaret S. Cheung Assistant Professor Department of Physics 629C Science and Research 1 University of Houston Houston, TX 77204-5005 email: mscheung_at_uh.edu (O)713-743-8358 (F)713-743-3589 http://thoth.phys.uh.edu/~mscheung/
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