AMBER Archive (2005)Subject: AMBER: For calculating the energy rised from deviation of equalibrium values of bond angles does amber use degree or radians
From: Li Su (suli_at_msu.edu)
Date: Thu Jun 16 2005  16:19:36 CDT
Dear amber users,
I'm trying to find out when calculating the energy rised from deviation of
equalibrium values of bond angles whether amber uses units in degrees or in
radians. In other words, for the force constant using in amber, is it in
unit as kcal.mol^1.degree^2 or kcal.mol.radian^2? Thank you in advance for
your kind help.
Best,
Li

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