**Project ID:** plumID:19.072

**Source:** plumed.6.dat

**Originally used with PLUMED version:** 2.4

**Stable:** zipped raw stdout - zipped raw stderr - stderr

**Master:** zipped raw stdout - zipped raw stderr - stderr

# RESTARTINCLUDEIncludes an external input file, similar to #include in C preprocessor. More details. Show included fileFILE=cv.dat # The command: # INCLUDE FILE=cv.dat # ensures PLUMED loads the contents of the file called cv.dat # The contents of this file are shown below (click the red comment to hide them). The INCLUDE action with labelfile to be includedcv.datcalculates somethingMOLINFOThis command is used to provide information on the molecules that are present in your system. More detailsSTRUCTURE=SB2_151216_1.pdba file in pdb format containing a reference structureMOLTYPE=rna #Number of total residues: 29 #Number of biased residues: 3 # Residue numbering in PDB file starts at 64, so res. 77->14, 78->15, 79->16 ########################### #### Torsions ########################### #### chi The MOLINFO action with label calculates somethingwhat kind of molecule is contained in the pdb file - usually not needed since protein/RNA/DNA are compatiblec77The TORSION action with labelc77calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionc77 scalar the TORSION involving these atoms TORSIONCalculate a torsional angle. More detailsATOMS=the four atoms involved in the torsional angle@chi-77#biasedthe four atoms that are required to alcullate the chi dihedral for residue 77. Click here for more information.c78The TORSION action with labelc78calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionc78 scalar the TORSION involving these atoms TORSIONCalculate a torsional angle. More detailsATOMS=the four atoms involved in the torsional angle@chi-78#biasedthe four atoms that are required to alcullate the chi dihedral for residue 78. Click here for more information.c79The TORSION action with labelc79calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionc79 scalar the TORSION involving these atoms TORSIONCalculate a torsional angle. More detailsATOMS=the four atoms involved in the torsional angle@chi-79#biased ########################### #### Base COM minimum distances ########################### #### Center of Massthe four atoms that are required to alcullate the chi dihedral for residue 79. Click here for more information.WHOLEMOLECULESThis action is used to rebuild molecules that can become split by the periodic boundary conditions. More detailsENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-64the heavy atoms of the base in residue 64. Click here for more information.com64The COM action with labelcom64calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom64 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-64the heavy atoms of the base in residue 64. Click here for more information.WHOLEMOLECULESThis action is used to rebuild molecules that can become split by the periodic boundary conditions. More detailsENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-65the heavy atoms of the base in residue 65. Click here for more information.com65The COM action with labelcom65calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom65 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-65the heavy atoms of the base in residue 65. Click here for more information.WHOLEMOLECULESThis action is used to rebuild molecules that can become split by the periodic boundary conditions. More detailsENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-66the heavy atoms of the base in residue 66. Click here for more information.com66The COM action with labelcom66calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom66 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-66the heavy atoms of the base in residue 66. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-67the heavy atoms of the base in residue 67. Click here for more information.com67The COM action with labelcom67calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom67 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-67the heavy atoms of the base in residue 67. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-68the heavy atoms of the base in residue 68. Click here for more information.com68The COM action with labelcom68calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom68 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-68the heavy atoms of the base in residue 68. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-69the heavy atoms of the base in residue 69. Click here for more information.com69The COM action with labelcom69calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom69 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-69the heavy atoms of the base in residue 69. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-70the heavy atoms of the base in residue 70. Click here for more information.com70The COM action with labelcom70calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom70 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-70the heavy atoms of the base in residue 70. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-71the heavy atoms of the base in residue 71. Click here for more information.com71The COM action with labelcom71calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom71 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-71the heavy atoms of the base in residue 71. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-72the heavy atoms of the base in residue 72. Click here for more information.com72The COM action with labelcom72calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom72 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-72the heavy atoms of the base in residue 72. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-73the heavy atoms of the base in residue 73. Click here for more information.com73The COM action with labelcom73calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom73 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-73the heavy atoms of the base in residue 73. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-74the heavy atoms of the base in residue 74. Click here for more information.com74The COM action with labelcom74calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom74 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-74the heavy atoms of the base in residue 74. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-75the heavy atoms of the base in residue 75. Click here for more information.com75The COM action with labelcom75calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom75 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-75the heavy atoms of the base in residue 75. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-76the heavy atoms of the base in residue 76. Click here for more information.com76The COM action with labelcom76calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom76 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-76the heavy atoms of the base in residue 76. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-77the heavy atoms of the base in residue 77. Click here for more information.com77The COM action with labelcom77calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom77 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-77the heavy atoms of the base in residue 77. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-78the heavy atoms of the base in residue 78. Click here for more information.com78The COM action with labelcom78calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom78 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-78the heavy atoms of the base in residue 78. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-79the heavy atoms of the base in residue 79. Click here for more information.com79The COM action with labelcom79calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom79 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-79the heavy atoms of the base in residue 79. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-80the heavy atoms of the base in residue 80. Click here for more information.com80The COM action with labelcom80calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom80 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-80the heavy atoms of the base in residue 80. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-81the heavy atoms of the base in residue 81. Click here for more information.com81The COM action with labelcom81calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom81 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-81the heavy atoms of the base in residue 81. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-82the heavy atoms of the base in residue 82. Click here for more information.com82The COM action with labelcom82calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom82 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-82the heavy atoms of the base in residue 82. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-83the heavy atoms of the base in residue 83. Click here for more information.com83The COM action with labelcom83calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom83 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-83the heavy atoms of the base in residue 83. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-84the heavy atoms of the base in residue 84. Click here for more information.com84The COM action with labelcom84calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom84 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-84the heavy atoms of the base in residue 84. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-85the heavy atoms of the base in residue 85. Click here for more information.com85The COM action with labelcom85calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom85 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-85the heavy atoms of the base in residue 85. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-86the heavy atoms of the base in residue 86. Click here for more information.com86The COM action with labelcom86calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom86 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-86the heavy atoms of the base in residue 86. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-87the heavy atoms of the base in residue 87. Click here for more information.com87The COM action with labelcom87calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom87 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-87the heavy atoms of the base in residue 87. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-88the heavy atoms of the base in residue 88. Click here for more information.com88The COM action with labelcom88calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom88 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-88the heavy atoms of the base in residue 88. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-89the heavy atoms of the base in residue 89. Click here for more information.com89The COM action with labelcom89calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom89 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-89the heavy atoms of the base in residue 89. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-90the heavy atoms of the base in residue 90. Click here for more information.com90The COM action with labelcom90calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom90 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-90the heavy atoms of the base in residue 90. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-91the heavy atoms of the base in residue 91. Click here for more information.com91The COM action with labelcom91calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom91 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-91the heavy atoms of the base in residue 91. Click here for more information.ENTITY0=the atoms that make up a molecule that you wish to align@base-92the heavy atoms of the base in residue 92. Click here for more information.com92The COM action with labelcom92calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptioncom92 atoms virtual atom calculated by COM action COMCalculate the center of mass for a group of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the list of atoms which are involved the virtual atom's definition@base-92#### Sort distances ### Residue77 ## Distances between COMsthe heavy atoms of the base in residue 92. Click here for more information.d77_64The DISTANCE action with labeld77_64calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_64 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com64d77_65The DISTANCE action with labeld77_65calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_65 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com65d77_66The DISTANCE action with labeld77_66calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_66 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com66d77_67The DISTANCE action with labeld77_67calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_67 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com67d77_68The DISTANCE action with labeld77_68calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_68 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com68d77_69The DISTANCE action with labeld77_69calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_69 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com69d77_70The DISTANCE action with labeld77_70calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_70 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com70d77_71The DISTANCE action with labeld77_71calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_71 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com71d77_72The DISTANCE action with labeld77_72calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_72 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com72d77_73The DISTANCE action with labeld77_73calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_73 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com73d77_74The DISTANCE action with labeld77_74calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_74 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com74d77_75The DISTANCE action with labeld77_75calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_75 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com75d77_76The DISTANCE action with labeld77_76calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_76 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com76d77_78The DISTANCE action with labeld77_78calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_78 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com78d77_79The DISTANCE action with labeld77_79calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_79 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com79d77_80The DISTANCE action with labeld77_80calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_80 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com80d77_81The DISTANCE action with labeld77_81calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_81 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com81d77_82The DISTANCE action with labeld77_82calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_82 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com82d77_83The DISTANCE action with labeld77_83calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_83 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com83d77_84The DISTANCE action with labeld77_84calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_84 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com84d77_85The DISTANCE action with labeld77_85calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_85 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com85d77_86The DISTANCE action with labeld77_86calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_86 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com86d77_87The DISTANCE action with labeld77_87calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_87 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com87d77_88The DISTANCE action with labeld77_88calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_88 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com88d77_89The DISTANCE action with labeld77_89calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_89 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com89d77_90The DISTANCE action with labeld77_90calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_90 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com90d77_91The DISTANCE action with labeld77_91calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_91 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com91d77_92The DISTANCE action with labeld77_92calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond77_92 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom77,com92## Sorting values of distancessort77The SORT action with labelsort77calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsort77.1 scalar the 1th largest of the input scalars sort77.2 scalar the 2th largest of the input scalars sort77.3 scalar the 3th largest of the input scalars sort77.4 scalar the 4th largest of the input scalars sort77.5 scalar the 5th largest of the input scalars sort77.6 scalar the 6th largest of the input scalars sort77.7 scalar the 7th largest of the input scalars sort77.8 scalar the 8th largest of the input scalars sort77.9 scalar the 9th largest of the input scalars sort77.10 scalar the 10th largest of the input scalars sort77.11 scalar the 11th largest of the input scalars sort77.12 scalar the 12th largest of the input scalars sort77.13 scalar the 13th largest of the input scalars sort77.14 scalar the 14th largest of the input scalars sort77.15 scalar the 15th largest of the input scalars sort77.16 scalar the 16th largest of the input scalars sort77.17 scalar the 17th largest of the input scalars sort77.18 scalar the 18th largest of the input scalars sort77.19 scalar the 19th largest of the input scalars sort77.20 scalar the 20th largest of the input scalars sort77.21 scalar the 21th largest of the input scalars sort77.22 scalar the 22th largest of the input scalars sort77.23 scalar the 23th largest of the input scalars sort77.24 scalar the 24th largest of the input scalars sort77.25 scalar the 25th largest of the input scalars sort77.26 scalar the 26th largest of the input scalars sort77.27 scalar the 27th largest of the input scalars sort77.28 scalar the 28th largest of the input scalars SORTThis function can be used to sort colvars according to their magnitudes. More detailsARG=the input to this functiond77_64,d77_65,d77_66,d77_67,d77_68,d77_69,d77_70,d77_71,d77_72,d77_73,d77_74,d77_75,d77_76,d77_78,d77_79,d77_80,d77_81,d77_82,d77_83,d77_84,d77_85,d77_86,d77_87,d77_88,d77_89,d77_90,d77_91,d77_92## Coordination number between the bases comco77The COORDINATION action with labelco77calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionco77 scalar the value of the coordination COORDINATIONCalculate coordination numbers. More detailsR_0=0.4The r_0 parameter of the switching functionGROUPA=First list of atomscom77GROUPB=Second list of atoms (if empty, N*(N-1)/2 pairs in GROUPA are counted)com64,com65,com66,com67,com68,com69,com70,com71,com72,com73,com74,com75,com76,com78,com79,com80,com81,com82,com83,com84,com85,com86,com87,com88,com89,com90,com91,com92#biased ### Residue78 ## Distances between COMsd78_64The DISTANCE action with labeld78_64calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_64 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com64d78_65The DISTANCE action with labeld78_65calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_65 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com65d78_66The DISTANCE action with labeld78_66calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_66 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com66d78_67The DISTANCE action with labeld78_67calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_67 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com67d78_68The DISTANCE action with labeld78_68calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_68 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com68d78_69The DISTANCE action with labeld78_69calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_69 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com69d78_70The DISTANCE action with labeld78_70calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_70 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com70d78_71The DISTANCE action with labeld78_71calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_71 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com71d78_72The DISTANCE action with labeld78_72calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_72 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com72d78_73The DISTANCE action with labeld78_73calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_73 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com73d78_74The DISTANCE action with labeld78_74calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_74 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com74d78_75The DISTANCE action with labeld78_75calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_75 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com75d78_76The DISTANCE action with labeld78_76calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_76 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com76d78_77The DISTANCE action with labeld78_77calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_77 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com77d78_79The DISTANCE action with labeld78_79calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_79 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com79d78_80The DISTANCE action with labeld78_80calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_80 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com80d78_81The DISTANCE action with labeld78_81calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_81 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com81d78_82The DISTANCE action with labeld78_82calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_82 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com82d78_83The DISTANCE action with labeld78_83calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_83 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com83d78_84The DISTANCE action with labeld78_84calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_84 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com84d78_85The DISTANCE action with labeld78_85calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_85 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com85d78_86The DISTANCE action with labeld78_86calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_86 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com86d78_87The DISTANCE action with labeld78_87calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_87 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com87d78_88The DISTANCE action with labeld78_88calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_88 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com88d78_89The DISTANCE action with labeld78_89calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_89 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com89d78_90The DISTANCE action with labeld78_90calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_90 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com90d78_91The DISTANCE action with labeld78_91calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_91 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com91d78_92The DISTANCE action with labeld78_92calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond78_92 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom78,com92## Sorting values of distancessort78The SORT action with labelsort78calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsort78.1 scalar the 1th largest of the input scalars sort78.2 scalar the 2th largest of the input scalars sort78.3 scalar the 3th largest of the input scalars sort78.4 scalar the 4th largest of the input scalars sort78.5 scalar the 5th largest of the input scalars sort78.6 scalar the 6th largest of the input scalars sort78.7 scalar the 7th largest of the input scalars sort78.8 scalar the 8th largest of the input scalars sort78.9 scalar the 9th largest of the input scalars sort78.10 scalar the 10th largest of the input scalars sort78.11 scalar the 11th largest of the input scalars sort78.12 scalar the 12th largest of the input scalars sort78.13 scalar the 13th largest of the input scalars sort78.14 scalar the 14th largest of the input scalars sort78.15 scalar the 15th largest of the input scalars sort78.16 scalar the 16th largest of the input scalars sort78.17 scalar the 17th largest of the input scalars sort78.18 scalar the 18th largest of the input scalars sort78.19 scalar the 19th largest of the input scalars sort78.20 scalar the 20th largest of the input scalars sort78.21 scalar the 21th largest of the input scalars sort78.22 scalar the 22th largest of the input scalars sort78.23 scalar the 23th largest of the input scalars sort78.24 scalar the 24th largest of the input scalars sort78.25 scalar the 25th largest of the input scalars sort78.26 scalar the 26th largest of the input scalars sort78.27 scalar the 27th largest of the input scalars sort78.28 scalar the 28th largest of the input scalars SORTThis function can be used to sort colvars according to their magnitudes. More detailsARG=the input to this functiond78_64,d78_65,d78_66,d78_67,d78_68,d78_69,d78_70,d78_71,d78_72,d78_73,d78_74,d78_75,d78_76,d78_77,d78_79,d78_80,d78_81,d78_82,d78_83,d78_84,d78_85,d78_86,d78_87,d78_88,d78_89,d78_90,d78_91,d78_92## Coordination number between the bases comco78The COORDINATION action with labelco78calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionco78 scalar the value of the coordination COORDINATIONCalculate coordination numbers. More detailsR_0=0.4The r_0 parameter of the switching functionGROUPA=First list of atomscom78GROUPB=Second list of atoms (if empty, N*(N-1)/2 pairs in GROUPA are counted)com64,com65,com66,com67,com68,com69,com70,com71,com72,com73,com74,com75,com76,com77,com79,com80,com81,com82,com83,com84,com85,com86,com87,com88,com89,com90,com91,com92#biased ### Residue79 ## Distances between COMsd79_64The DISTANCE action with labeld79_64calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_64 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com64d79_65The DISTANCE action with labeld79_65calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_65 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com65d79_66The DISTANCE action with labeld79_66calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_66 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com66d79_67The DISTANCE action with labeld79_67calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_67 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com67d79_68The DISTANCE action with labeld79_68calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_68 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com68d79_69The DISTANCE action with labeld79_69calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_69 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com69d79_70The DISTANCE action with labeld79_70calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_70 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com70d79_71The DISTANCE action with labeld79_71calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_71 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com71d79_72The DISTANCE action with labeld79_72calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_72 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com72d79_73The DISTANCE action with labeld79_73calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_73 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com73d79_74The DISTANCE action with labeld79_74calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_74 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com74d79_75The DISTANCE action with labeld79_75calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_75 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com75d79_76The DISTANCE action with labeld79_76calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_76 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com76d79_77The DISTANCE action with labeld79_77calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_77 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com77d79_78The DISTANCE action with labeld79_78calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_78 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com78d79_80The DISTANCE action with labeld79_80calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_80 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com80d79_81The DISTANCE action with labeld79_81calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_81 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com81d79_82The DISTANCE action with labeld79_82calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_82 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com82d79_83The DISTANCE action with labeld79_83calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_83 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com83d79_84The DISTANCE action with labeld79_84calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_84 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com84d79_85The DISTANCE action with labeld79_85calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_85 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com85d79_86The DISTANCE action with labeld79_86calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_86 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com86d79_87The DISTANCE action with labeld79_87calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_87 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com87d79_88The DISTANCE action with labeld79_88calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_88 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com88d79_89The DISTANCE action with labeld79_89calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_89 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com89d79_90The DISTANCE action with labeld79_90calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_90 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com90d79_91The DISTANCE action with labeld79_91calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_91 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com91d79_92The DISTANCE action with labeld79_92calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond79_92 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweencom79,com92## Sorting values of distancessort79The SORT action with labelsort79calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsort79.1 scalar the 1th largest of the input scalars sort79.2 scalar the 2th largest of the input scalars sort79.3 scalar the 3th largest of the input scalars sort79.4 scalar the 4th largest of the input scalars sort79.5 scalar the 5th largest of the input scalars sort79.6 scalar the 6th largest of the input scalars sort79.7 scalar the 7th largest of the input scalars sort79.8 scalar the 8th largest of the input scalars sort79.9 scalar the 9th largest of the input scalars sort79.10 scalar the 10th largest of the input scalars sort79.11 scalar the 11th largest of the input scalars sort79.12 scalar the 12th largest of the input scalars sort79.13 scalar the 13th largest of the input scalars sort79.14 scalar the 14th largest of the input scalars sort79.15 scalar the 15th largest of the input scalars sort79.16 scalar the 16th largest of the input scalars sort79.17 scalar the 17th largest of the input scalars sort79.18 scalar the 18th largest of the input scalars sort79.19 scalar the 19th largest of the input scalars sort79.20 scalar the 20th largest of the input scalars sort79.21 scalar the 21th largest of the input scalars sort79.22 scalar the 22th largest of the input scalars sort79.23 scalar the 23th largest of the input scalars sort79.24 scalar the 24th largest of the input scalars sort79.25 scalar the 25th largest of the input scalars sort79.26 scalar the 26th largest of the input scalars sort79.27 scalar the 27th largest of the input scalars sort79.28 scalar the 28th largest of the input scalars SORTThis function can be used to sort colvars according to their magnitudes. More detailsARG=the input to this functiond79_64,d79_65,d79_66,d79_67,d79_68,d79_69,d79_70,d79_71,d79_72,d79_73,d79_74,d79_75,d79_76,d79_77,d79_78,d79_80,d79_81,d79_82,d79_83,d79_84,d79_85,d79_86,d79_87,d79_88,d79_89,d79_90,d79_91,d79_92## Coordination number between the bases comco79The COORDINATION action with labelco79calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionco79 scalar the value of the coordination COORDINATIONCalculate coordination numbers. More detailsR_0=0.4The r_0 parameter of the switching functionGROUPA=First list of atomscom79GROUPB=Second list of atoms (if empty, N*(N-1)/2 pairs in GROUPA are counted)com64,com65,com66,com67,com68,com69,com70,com71,com72,com73,com74,com75,com76,com77,com78,com80,com81,com82,com83,com84,com85,com86,com87,com88,com89,com90,com91,com92#biased # --- End of included input ---INCLUDEIncludes an external input file, similar to #include in C preprocessor. More details. Show included fileFILE=plu_maxent_NOE_RECT.dat # The command: # INCLUDE FILE=plu_maxent_NOE_RECT.dat # ensures PLUMED loads the contents of the file called plu_maxent_NOE_RECT.dat # The contents of this file are shown below (click the red comment to hide them). #RESTART #MOLINFO STRUCTURE=SB2_151216_1.pdb MOLTYPE=rna The INCLUDE action with labelfile to be includedplu_maxent_NOE_RECT.datcalculates somethingd_70_RG_H1-71_RG_H1The DISTANCE action with labeld_70_RG_H1-71_RG_H1calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_70_RG_H1-71_RG_H1 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=206,240the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_70_RG_H1-71_RG_H1The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_70_RG_H1-71_RG_H1calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_70_RG_H1-71_RG_H1 scalar an arbitrary function MATHEVALAn alias to the CUSTOM function that can also be used to calaculate combinations of variables using a custom expression. More detailsARG=the input to this functiond_70_RG_H1-71_RG_H1FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluatePERIODIC=NOif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_71_RG_H1-72_RU_H3The DISTANCE action with labeld_71_RG_H1-72_RU_H3calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_71_RG_H1-72_RU_H3 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=240,274the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_71_RG_H1-72_RU_H3The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_71_RG_H1-72_RU_H3calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_71_RG_H1-72_RU_H3 scalar an arbitrary function MATHEVALAn alias to the CUSTOM function that can also be used to calaculate combinations of variables using a custom expression. More detailsARG=the input to this functiond_71_RG_H1-72_RU_H3FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluatePERIODIC=NOif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_72_RU_H3-73_RG_H1The DISTANCE action with labeld_72_RU_H3-73_RG_H1calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_72_RU_H3-73_RG_H1 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=274,304the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_72_RU_H3-73_RG_H1The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_72_RU_H3-73_RG_H1calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_72_RU_H3-73_RG_H1 scalar an arbitrary function MATHEVALAn alias to the CUSTOM function that can also be used to calaculate combinations of variables using a custom expression. More detailsARG=the input to this functiond_72_RU_H3-73_RG_H1FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluatePERIODIC=NOif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_73_RG_H1-74_RG_H1The DISTANCE action with labeld_73_RG_H1-74_RG_H1calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_73_RG_H1-74_RG_H1 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=304,338the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_73_RG_H1-74_RG_H1The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_73_RG_H1-74_RG_H1calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_73_RG_H1-74_RG_H1 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_73_RG_H1-74_RG_H1FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H41The DISTANCE action with labeld_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H41calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H41 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=206,721the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H41The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H41calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H41 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H41FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H42The DISTANCE action with labeld_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H42calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H42 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=206,722the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H42The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H42calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H42 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H42FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H41The DISTANCE action with labeld_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H41calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H41 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=240,690the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H41The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H41calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H41 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H41FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H42The DISTANCE action with labeld_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H42calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H42 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=240,691the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H42The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H42calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H42 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H42FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_72_RU_H3-84_RA_H2The DISTANCE action with labeld_72_RU_H3-84_RA_H2calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_72_RU_H3-84_RA_H2 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=274,661the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_72_RU_H3-84_RA_H2The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_72_RU_H3-84_RA_H2calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_72_RU_H3-84_RA_H2 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_72_RU_H3-84_RA_H2FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H41The DISTANCE action with labeld_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H41calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H41 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=304,626the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H41The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H41calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H41 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H41FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H42The DISTANCE action with labeld_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H42calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H42 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=304,627the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H42The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H42calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H42 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H42FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H41The DISTANCE action with labeld_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H41calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H41 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=338,595the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H41The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H41calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H41 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H41FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H42The DISTANCE action with labeld_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H42calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H42 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=338,596the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H42The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H42calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H42 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H42FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_64_RC5_H6-64_RC5_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=13,10 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_64_RC5_H6-64_RC5_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_64_RC5_H6-64_RC5_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_64_RC5_H6-64_RC5_H1':ARG=d_64_RC5_H6-64_RC5_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_64_RC5_H6-64_RC5_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_64_RC5_H6-64_RC5_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_65_RC_H6-64_RC5_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=44,10 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_65_RC_H6-64_RC5_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_65_RC_H6-64_RC5_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_65_RC_H6-64_RC5_H1':ARG=d_65_RC_H6-64_RC5_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_65_RC_H6-64_RC5_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_65_RC_H6-64_RC5_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=75,41 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H1':ARG=d_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H6The DISTANCE action with labeld_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H6 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=75,44the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H6The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H6 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H6FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H6The DISTANCE action with labeld_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H6 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=105,75the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H6The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H6 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H6FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_67_RC_H6-68_RG_H8The DISTANCE action with labeld_67_RC_H6-68_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_67_RC_H6-68_RG_H8 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=105,136the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_67_RC_H6-68_RG_H8The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_67_RC_H6-68_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_67_RC_H6-68_RG_H8 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_67_RC_H6-68_RG_H8FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_67_RC_H6-67_RC_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=105,102 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_67_RC_H6-67_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_67_RC_H6-67_RC_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_67_RC_H6-67_RC_H1':ARG=d_67_RC_H6-67_RC_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_67_RC_H6-67_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_67_RC_H6-67_RC_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=105,72 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H1':ARG=d_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_68_RG_H8-68_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=136,133 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_68_RG_H8-68_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_68_RG_H8-68_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_68_RG_H8-68_RG_H1':ARG=d_68_RG_H8-68_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_68_RG_H8-68_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_68_RG_H8-68_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_68_RG_H8-67_RC_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=136,102 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_68_RG_H8-67_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_68_RG_H8-67_RC_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_68_RG_H8-67_RC_H1':ARG=d_68_RG_H8-67_RC_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_68_RG_H8-67_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_68_RG_H8-67_RC_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_68_RG_H8-69_RU_H5The DISTANCE action with labeld_68_RG_H8-69_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_68_RG_H8-69_RU_H5 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=136,172the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_68_RG_H8-69_RU_H5The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_68_RG_H8-69_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_68_RG_H8-69_RU_H5 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_68_RG_H8-69_RU_H5FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_68_RG_H1'-69_RU_H5:DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=133,172 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_68_RG_H1'-69_RU_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_68_RG_H1'-69_RU_H5.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_68_RG_H1'-69_RU_H5:ARG=d_68_RG_H1'-69_RU_H5the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_68_RG_H1'-69_RU_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_68_RG_H1'-69_RU_H5.value an arbitrary function d_69_RU_H6-69_RU_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=170,167 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_69_RU_H6-69_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_69_RU_H6-69_RU_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_69_RU_H6-69_RU_H1':ARG=d_69_RU_H6-69_RU_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_69_RU_H6-69_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_69_RU_H6-69_RU_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_69_RU_H6-68_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=170,133 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_69_RU_H6-68_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_69_RU_H6-68_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_69_RU_H6-68_RG_H1':ARG=d_69_RU_H6-68_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_69_RU_H6-68_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_69_RU_H6-68_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_69_RU_H1'-69_RU_H5:DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=167,172 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_69_RU_H1'-69_RU_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_69_RU_H1'-69_RU_H5.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_69_RU_H1'-69_RU_H5:ARG=d_69_RU_H1'-69_RU_H5the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_69_RU_H1'-69_RU_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_69_RU_H1'-69_RU_H5.value an arbitrary function d_70_RG_H8-71_RG_H8The DISTANCE action with labeld_70_RG_H8-71_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_70_RG_H8-71_RG_H8 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=200,234the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_70_RG_H8-71_RG_H8The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_70_RG_H8-71_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_70_RG_H8-71_RG_H8 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_70_RG_H8-71_RG_H8FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_70_RG_H8-70_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=200,197 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_70_RG_H8-70_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_70_RG_H8-70_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_70_RG_H8-70_RG_H1':ARG=d_70_RG_H8-70_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_70_RG_H8-70_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_70_RG_H8-70_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_70_RG_H8-69_RU_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=200,167 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_70_RG_H8-69_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_70_RG_H8-69_RU_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_70_RG_H8-69_RU_H1':ARG=d_70_RG_H8-69_RU_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_70_RG_H8-69_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_70_RG_H8-69_RU_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H6The DISTANCE action with labeld_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H6 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=234,268the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H6The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H6 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H6FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_71_RG_H8-70_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=234,197 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_71_RG_H8-70_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_71_RG_H8-70_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_71_RG_H8-70_RG_H1':ARG=d_71_RG_H8-70_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_71_RG_H8-70_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_71_RG_H8-70_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_71_RG_H8-71_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=234,231 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_71_RG_H8-71_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_71_RG_H8-71_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_71_RG_H8-71_RG_H1':ARG=d_71_RG_H8-71_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_71_RG_H8-71_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_71_RG_H8-71_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H5The DISTANCE action with labeld_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H5 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=234,270the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H5The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H5 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H5FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_71_RG_H1'-72_RU_H5:DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=231,270 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_71_RG_H1'-72_RU_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_71_RG_H1'-72_RU_H5.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_71_RG_H1'-72_RU_H5:ARG=d_71_RG_H1'-72_RU_H5the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_71_RG_H1'-72_RU_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_71_RG_H1'-72_RU_H5.value an arbitrary function d_72_RU_H6-72_RU_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=268,265 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_72_RU_H6-72_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_72_RU_H6-72_RU_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_72_RU_H6-72_RU_H1':ARG=d_72_RU_H6-72_RU_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_72_RU_H6-72_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_72_RU_H6-72_RU_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_72_RU_H1'-72_RU_H5:DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=265,270 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_72_RU_H1'-72_RU_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_72_RU_H1'-72_RU_H5.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_72_RU_H1'-72_RU_H5:ARG=d_72_RU_H1'-72_RU_H5the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_72_RU_H1'-72_RU_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_72_RU_H1'-72_RU_H5.value an arbitrary function d_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=298,265 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H1':ARG=d_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_73_RG_H8-73_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=298,295 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_73_RG_H8-73_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_73_RG_H8-73_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_73_RG_H8-73_RG_H1':ARG=d_73_RG_H8-73_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_73_RG_H8-73_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_73_RG_H8-73_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H5The DISTANCE action with labeld_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H5 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=298,270the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H5The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H5 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H5FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H8The DISTANCE action with labeld_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H8 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=332,298the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H8The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H8 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H8FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H6The DISTANCE action with labeld_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H6 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=332,366the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H6The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H6 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H6FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=332,295 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H1':ARG=d_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_74_RG_H8-74_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=332,329 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_74_RG_H8-74_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_74_RG_H8-74_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_74_RG_H8-74_RG_H1':ARG=d_74_RG_H8-74_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_74_RG_H8-74_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_74_RG_H8-74_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H5The DISTANCE action with labeld_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H5 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=332,368the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H5The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H5 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H5FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_74_RG_H1'-75_RU_H5:DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=329,368 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_74_RG_H1'-75_RU_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_74_RG_H1'-75_RU_H5.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_74_RG_H1'-75_RU_H5:ARG=d_74_RG_H1'-75_RU_H5the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_74_RG_H1'-75_RU_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_74_RG_H1'-75_RU_H5.value an arbitrary function d_75_RU_H6-74_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=366,329 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_75_RU_H6-74_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_75_RU_H6-74_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_75_RU_H6-74_RG_H1':ARG=d_75_RU_H6-74_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_75_RU_H6-74_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_75_RU_H6-74_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_75_RU_H6-75_RU_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=366,363 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_75_RU_H6-75_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_75_RU_H6-75_RU_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_75_RU_H6-75_RU_H1':ARG=d_75_RU_H6-75_RU_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_75_RU_H6-75_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_75_RU_H6-75_RU_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_75_RU_H6-76_RU_H6The DISTANCE action with labeld_75_RU_H6-76_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_75_RU_H6-76_RU_H6 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=366,396the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_75_RU_H6-76_RU_H6The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_75_RU_H6-76_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_75_RU_H6-76_RU_H6 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_75_RU_H6-76_RU_H6FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_75_RU_H1'-75_RU_H5:DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=363,368 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_75_RU_H1'-75_RU_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_75_RU_H1'-75_RU_H5.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_75_RU_H1'-75_RU_H5:ARG=d_75_RU_H1'-75_RU_H5the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_75_RU_H1'-75_RU_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_75_RU_H1'-75_RU_H5.value an arbitrary function d_75_RU_H5-76_RU_H5The DISTANCE action with labeld_75_RU_H5-76_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_75_RU_H5-76_RU_H5 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=368,398the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_75_RU_H5-76_RU_H5The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_75_RU_H5-76_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_75_RU_H5-76_RU_H5 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_75_RU_H5-76_RU_H5FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_76_RU_H6-76_RU_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=396,393 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_76_RU_H6-76_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_76_RU_H6-76_RU_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_76_RU_H6-76_RU_H1':ARG=d_76_RU_H6-76_RU_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_76_RU_H6-76_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_76_RU_H6-76_RU_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_76_RU_H6-75_RU_H5The DISTANCE action with labeld_76_RU_H6-75_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_76_RU_H6-75_RU_H5 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=396,368the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_76_RU_H6-75_RU_H5The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_76_RU_H6-75_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_76_RU_H6-75_RU_H5 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_76_RU_H6-75_RU_H5FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H6The DISTANCE action with labeld_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H6 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=426,396the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H6The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H6 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H6FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_77_RG_H8-78_RU_H6The DISTANCE action with labeld_77_RG_H8-78_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_77_RG_H8-78_RU_H6 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=426,460the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_77_RG_H8-78_RU_H6The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_77_RG_H8-78_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_77_RG_H8-78_RU_H6 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_77_RG_H8-78_RU_H6FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_77_RG_H8-77_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=426,423 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_77_RG_H8-77_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_77_RG_H8-77_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_77_RG_H8-77_RG_H1':ARG=d_77_RG_H8-77_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_77_RG_H8-77_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_77_RG_H8-77_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=426,393 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H1':ARG=d_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H5The DISTANCE action with labeld_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H5 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=426,398the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H5The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H5 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H5FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_78_RU_H6-78_RU_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=460,457 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_78_RU_H6-78_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_78_RU_H6-78_RU_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_78_RU_H6-78_RU_H1':ARG=d_78_RU_H6-78_RU_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_78_RU_H6-78_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_78_RU_H6-78_RU_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_78_RU_H6-79_RG_H8The DISTANCE action with labeld_78_RU_H6-79_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_78_RU_H6-79_RG_H8 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=460,490the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_78_RU_H6-79_RG_H8The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_78_RU_H6-79_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_78_RU_H6-79_RG_H8 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_78_RU_H6-79_RG_H8FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_79_RG_H8-78_RU_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=490,457 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_79_RG_H8-78_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_79_RG_H8-78_RU_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_79_RG_H8-78_RU_H1':ARG=d_79_RG_H8-78_RU_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_79_RG_H8-78_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_79_RG_H8-78_RU_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_79_RG_H8-79_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=490,487 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_79_RG_H8-79_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_79_RG_H8-79_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_79_RG_H8-79_RG_H1':ARG=d_79_RG_H8-79_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_79_RG_H8-79_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_79_RG_H8-79_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_79_RG_H8-77_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=490,423 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_79_RG_H8-77_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_79_RG_H8-77_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_79_RG_H8-77_RG_H1':ARG=d_79_RG_H8-77_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_79_RG_H8-77_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_79_RG_H8-77_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=524,487 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H1':ARG=d_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_80_RA_H8-80_RA_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=524,521 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_80_RA_H8-80_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_80_RA_H8-80_RA_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_80_RA_H8-80_RA_H1':ARG=d_80_RA_H8-80_RA_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_80_RA_H8-80_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_80_RA_H8-80_RA_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H8The DISTANCE action with labeld_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H8 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=524,490the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H8The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H8 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H8FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_80_RA_H8-81_RA_H8The DISTANCE action with labeld_80_RA_H8-81_RA_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_80_RA_H8-81_RA_H8 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=524,557the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_80_RA_H8-81_RA_H8The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_80_RA_H8-81_RA_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_80_RA_H8-81_RA_H8 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_80_RA_H8-81_RA_H8FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_80_RA_H2-77_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=533,423 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_80_RA_H2-77_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_80_RA_H2-77_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_80_RA_H2-77_RG_H1':ARG=d_80_RA_H2-77_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_80_RA_H2-77_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_80_RA_H2-77_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=533,487 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H1':ARG=d_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=533,554 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H1':ARG=d_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H8The DISTANCE action with labeld_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H8 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=533,490the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H8The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H8 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H8FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H8The DISTANCE action with labeld_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H8 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=533,557the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H8The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H8 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H8FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H2The DISTANCE action with labeld_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H2calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H2 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=533,566the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H2The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H2calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H2 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H2FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H6The DISTANCE action with labeld_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H6 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=557,590the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H6The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H6 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H6FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_81_RA_H8-80_RA_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=557,521 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_81_RA_H8-80_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_81_RA_H8-80_RA_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_81_RA_H8-80_RA_H1':ARG=d_81_RA_H8-80_RA_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_81_RA_H8-80_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_81_RA_H8-80_RA_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_81_RA_H8-81_RA_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=557,554 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_81_RA_H8-81_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_81_RA_H8-81_RA_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_81_RA_H8-81_RA_H1':ARG=d_81_RA_H8-81_RA_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_81_RA_H8-81_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_81_RA_H8-81_RA_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H5The DISTANCE action with labeld_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H5 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=557,592the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H5The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H5 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H5FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_81_RA_H2-81_RA_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=566,554 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_81_RA_H2-81_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_81_RA_H2-81_RA_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_81_RA_H2-81_RA_H1':ARG=d_81_RA_H2-81_RA_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_81_RA_H2-81_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_81_RA_H2-81_RA_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_81_RA_H2-76_RU_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=566,393 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_81_RA_H2-76_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_81_RA_H2-76_RU_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_81_RA_H2-76_RU_H1':ARG=d_81_RA_H2-76_RU_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_81_RA_H2-76_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_81_RA_H2-76_RU_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_81_RA_H2-82_RC_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=566,587 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_81_RA_H2-82_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_81_RA_H2-82_RC_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_81_RA_H2-82_RC_H1':ARG=d_81_RA_H2-82_RC_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_81_RA_H2-82_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_81_RA_H2-82_RC_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_81_RA_H1'-80_RA_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=554,521 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_81_RA_H1'-80_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_81_RA_H1'-80_RA_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_81_RA_H1'-80_RA_H1':ARG=d_81_RA_H1'-80_RA_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_81_RA_H1'-80_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_81_RA_H1'-80_RA_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_81_RA_H1'-82_RC_H5:DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=554,592 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_81_RA_H1'-82_RC_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_81_RA_H1'-82_RC_H5.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_81_RA_H1'-82_RC_H5:ARG=d_81_RA_H1'-82_RC_H5the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_81_RA_H1'-82_RC_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_81_RA_H1'-82_RC_H5.value an arbitrary function d_82_RC_H6-83_RC_H6The DISTANCE action with labeld_82_RC_H6-83_RC_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_82_RC_H6-83_RC_H6 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=590,621the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_82_RC_H6-83_RC_H6The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_82_RC_H6-83_RC_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_82_RC_H6-83_RC_H6 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_82_RC_H6-83_RC_H6FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_82_RC_H6-81_RA_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=590,554 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_82_RC_H6-81_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_82_RC_H6-81_RA_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_82_RC_H6-81_RA_H1':ARG=d_82_RC_H6-81_RA_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_82_RC_H6-81_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_82_RC_H6-81_RA_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_82_RC_H6-82_RC_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=590,587 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_82_RC_H6-82_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_82_RC_H6-82_RC_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_82_RC_H6-82_RC_H1':ARG=d_82_RC_H6-82_RC_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_82_RC_H6-82_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_82_RC_H6-82_RC_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_82_RC_H1'-82_RC_H5:DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=587,592 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_82_RC_H1'-82_RC_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_82_RC_H1'-82_RC_H5.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_82_RC_H1'-82_RC_H5:ARG=d_82_RC_H1'-82_RC_H5the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_82_RC_H1'-82_RC_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_82_RC_H1'-82_RC_H5.value an arbitrary function d_82_RC_H5-83_RC_H5The DISTANCE action with labeld_82_RC_H5-83_RC_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_82_RC_H5-83_RC_H5 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=592,623the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_82_RC_H5-83_RC_H5The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_82_RC_H5-83_RC_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_82_RC_H5-83_RC_H5 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_82_RC_H5-83_RC_H5FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_83_RC_H6-82_RC_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=621,587 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_83_RC_H6-82_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_83_RC_H6-82_RC_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_83_RC_H6-82_RC_H1':ARG=d_83_RC_H6-82_RC_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_83_RC_H6-82_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_83_RC_H6-82_RC_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_83_RC_H6-83_RC_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=621,618 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_83_RC_H6-83_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_83_RC_H6-83_RC_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_83_RC_H6-83_RC_H1':ARG=d_83_RC_H6-83_RC_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_83_RC_H6-83_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_83_RC_H6-83_RC_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H6The DISTANCE action with labeld_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H6 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=652,621the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H6The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H6 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H6FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H6The DISTANCE action with labeld_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H6 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=652,685the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H6The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H6 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H6FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=652,618 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H1':ARG=d_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_84_RA_H8-84_RA_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=652,649 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_84_RA_H8-84_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_84_RA_H8-84_RA_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_84_RA_H8-84_RA_H1':ARG=d_84_RA_H8-84_RA_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_84_RA_H8-84_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_84_RA_H8-84_RA_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H5The DISTANCE action with labeld_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H5 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=652,623the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H5The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H5 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H5FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H5The DISTANCE action with labeld_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H5 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=652,687the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H5The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H5 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H5FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_84_RA_H2-84_RA_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=661,649 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_84_RA_H2-84_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_84_RA_H2-84_RA_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_84_RA_H2-84_RA_H1':ARG=d_84_RA_H2-84_RA_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_84_RA_H2-84_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_84_RA_H2-84_RA_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_84_RA_H2-73_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=661,295 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_84_RA_H2-73_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_84_RA_H2-73_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_84_RA_H2-73_RG_H1':ARG=d_84_RA_H2-73_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_84_RA_H2-73_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_84_RA_H2-73_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_84_RA_H2-85_RC_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=661,682 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_84_RA_H2-85_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_84_RA_H2-85_RC_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_84_RA_H2-85_RC_H1':ARG=d_84_RA_H2-85_RC_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_84_RA_H2-85_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_84_RA_H2-85_RC_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_84_RA_H1'-85_RC_H5:DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=649,687 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_84_RA_H1'-85_RC_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_84_RA_H1'-85_RC_H5.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_84_RA_H1'-85_RC_H5:ARG=d_84_RA_H1'-85_RC_H5the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_84_RA_H1'-85_RC_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_84_RA_H1'-85_RC_H5.value an arbitrary function d_85_RC_H6-84_RA_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=685,649 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_85_RC_H6-84_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_85_RC_H6-84_RA_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_85_RC_H6-84_RA_H1':ARG=d_85_RC_H6-84_RA_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_85_RC_H6-84_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_85_RC_H6-84_RA_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_85_RC_H6-85_RC_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=685,682 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_85_RC_H6-85_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_85_RC_H6-85_RC_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_85_RC_H6-85_RC_H1':ARG=d_85_RC_H6-85_RC_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_85_RC_H6-85_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_85_RC_H6-85_RC_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_85_RC_H1'-85_RC_H5:DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=682,687 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_85_RC_H1'-85_RC_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_85_RC_H1'-85_RC_H5.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_85_RC_H1'-85_RC_H5:ARG=d_85_RC_H1'-85_RC_H5the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_85_RC_H1'-85_RC_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_85_RC_H1'-85_RC_H5.value an arbitrary function d_85_RC_H5-86_RC_H5The DISTANCE action with labeld_85_RC_H5-86_RC_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_85_RC_H5-86_RC_H5 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=687,718the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_85_RC_H5-86_RC_H5The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_85_RC_H5-86_RC_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_85_RC_H5-86_RC_H5 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_85_RC_H5-86_RC_H5FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_86_RC_H6-86_RC_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=716,713 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_86_RC_H6-86_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_86_RC_H6-86_RC_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_86_RC_H6-86_RC_H1':ARG=d_86_RC_H6-86_RC_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_86_RC_H6-86_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_86_RC_H6-86_RC_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H6The DISTANCE action with labeld_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H6 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=747,716the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H6The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H6 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H6FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H6The DISTANCE action with labeld_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H6 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=747,780the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H6The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H6 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H6FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=747,713 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H1':ARG=d_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_87_RA_H8-87_RA_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=747,744 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_87_RA_H8-87_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_87_RA_H8-87_RA_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_87_RA_H8-87_RA_H1':ARG=d_87_RA_H8-87_RA_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_87_RA_H8-87_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_87_RA_H8-87_RA_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H5The DISTANCE action with labeld_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H5 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=747,782the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H5The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H5 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H5FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_87_RA_H2-87_RA_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=756,744 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_87_RA_H2-87_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_87_RA_H2-87_RA_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_87_RA_H2-87_RA_H1':ARG=d_87_RA_H2-87_RA_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_87_RA_H2-87_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_87_RA_H2-87_RA_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_87_RA_H2-70_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=756,197 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_87_RA_H2-70_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_87_RA_H2-70_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_87_RA_H2-70_RG_H1':ARG=d_87_RA_H2-70_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_87_RA_H2-70_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_87_RA_H2-70_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_87_RA_H2-88_RU_H5The DISTANCE action with labeld_87_RA_H2-88_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_87_RA_H2-88_RU_H5 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=756,782the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_87_RA_H2-88_RU_H5The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_87_RA_H2-88_RU_H5calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_87_RA_H2-88_RU_H5 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_87_RA_H2-88_RU_H5FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_87_RA_H1'-88_RU_H5:DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=744,782 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_87_RA_H1'-88_RU_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_87_RA_H1'-88_RU_H5.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_87_RA_H1'-88_RU_H5:ARG=d_87_RA_H1'-88_RU_H5the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_87_RA_H1'-88_RU_H5calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_87_RA_H1'-88_RU_H5.value an arbitrary function d_88_RU_H6-87_RA_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=780,744 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_88_RU_H6-87_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_88_RU_H6-87_RA_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_88_RU_H6-87_RA_H1':ARG=d_88_RU_H6-87_RA_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_88_RU_H6-87_RA_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_88_RU_H6-87_RA_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H6The DISTANCE action with labeld_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H6 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=810,780the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H6The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H6calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H6 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H6FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=810,777 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H1':ARG=d_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_89_RG_H8-89_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=810,807 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_89_RG_H8-89_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_89_RG_H8-89_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_89_RG_H8-89_RG_H1':ARG=d_89_RG_H8-89_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_89_RG_H8-89_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_89_RG_H8-89_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=844,807 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H1':ARG=d_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H8The DISTANCE action with labeld_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H8 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=844,810the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H8The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H8 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H8FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_90_RU_H6-91_RG_H8The DISTANCE action with labeld_90_RU_H6-91_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_90_RU_H6-91_RG_H8 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=844,874the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_90_RU_H6-91_RG_H8The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_90_RU_H6-91_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_90_RU_H6-91_RG_H8 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_90_RU_H6-91_RG_H8FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_91_RG_H8-91_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=874,871 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_91_RG_H8-91_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_91_RG_H8-91_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_91_RG_H8-91_RG_H1':ARG=d_91_RG_H8-91_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_91_RG_H8-91_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_91_RG_H8-91_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H8The DISTANCE action with labeld_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptiond_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H8 scalar the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=908,874the pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweensignal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H8The MATHEVAL action with labelsignal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H8calculates the following quantities::

QuantityTypeDescriptionsignal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H8 scalar an arbitrary function ARG=the input to this functiond_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H8FUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functiond_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=908,871 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H1':ARG=d_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H1'.value an arbitrary function d_92_RG3_H8-92_RG3_H1':DISTANCECalculate the distance between a pair of atoms. More detailsATOMS=908,905 The DISTANCE action with labelthe pair of atom that we are calculating the distance betweend_92_RG3_H8-92_RG3_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptiond_92_RG3_H8-92_RG3_H1'.value the DISTANCE between this pair of atoms signal_92_RG3_H8-92_RG3_H1':ARG=d_92_RG3_H8-92_RG3_H1the input to this functionFUNC=1/x^6the function you wish to evaluateif the output of your function is periodic then you should specify the periodicity of the functionsignal_92_RG3_H8-92_RG3_H1'calculates the following quantities:

QuantityDescriptionsignal_92_RG3_H8-92_RG3_H1'.value an arbitrary function MAXENT...Add a linear biasing potential on one or more variables that satisfies a maximum entropy principle. More detailsLABEL=a label for the action so that its output can be referenced in the input to other actionsresThe MAXENT action with labelrescalculates the following quantities:

QuantityTypeDescriptionres.bias scalar the instantaneous value of the bias potential res.force2 scalar the instantaneous value of the squared force due to this bias potential res.work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force res.signal_70_RG_H1-71_RG_H1_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H1-71_RG_H1 res.signal_70_RG_H1-71_RG_H1_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H1-71_RG_H1 res.signal_70_RG_H1-71_RG_H1_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H1-71_RG_H1 res.signal_71_RG_H1-72_RU_H3_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H1-72_RU_H3 res.signal_71_RG_H1-72_RU_H3_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H1-72_RU_H3 res.signal_71_RG_H1-72_RU_H3_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H1-72_RU_H3 res.signal_72_RU_H3-73_RG_H1_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_72_RU_H3-73_RG_H1 res.signal_72_RU_H3-73_RG_H1_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_72_RU_H3-73_RG_H1 res.signal_72_RU_H3-73_RG_H1_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_72_RU_H3-73_RG_H1 res.signal_73_RG_H1-74_RG_H1_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H1-74_RG_H1 res.signal_73_RG_H1-74_RG_H1_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H1-74_RG_H1 res.signal_73_RG_H1-74_RG_H1_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H1-74_RG_H1 res.signal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H41_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H41 res.signal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H41_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H41 res.signal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H41_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H41 res.signal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H42_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H42 res.signal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H42_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H42 res.signal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H42_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H42 res.signal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H41_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H41 res.signal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H41_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H41 res.signal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H41_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H41 res.signal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H42_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H42 res.signal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H42_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H42 res.signal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H42_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H42 res.signal_72_RU_H3-84_RA_H2_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_72_RU_H3-84_RA_H2 res.signal_72_RU_H3-84_RA_H2_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_72_RU_H3-84_RA_H2 res.signal_72_RU_H3-84_RA_H2_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_72_RU_H3-84_RA_H2 res.signal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H41_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H41 res.signal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H41_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H41 res.signal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H41_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H41 res.signal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H42_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H42 res.signal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H42_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H42 res.signal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H42_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H42 res.signal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H41_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H41 res.signal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H41_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H41 res.signal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H41_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H41 res.signal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H42_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H42 res.signal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H42_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H42 res.signal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H42_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H42 res.signal_64_RC5_H6-64_RC5_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_64_RC5_H6-64_RC5_H1' res.signal_64_RC5_H6-64_RC5_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_64_RC5_H6-64_RC5_H1' res.signal_64_RC5_H6-64_RC5_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_64_RC5_H6-64_RC5_H1' res.signal_65_RC_H6-64_RC5_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_65_RC_H6-64_RC5_H1' res.signal_65_RC_H6-64_RC5_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_65_RC_H6-64_RC5_H1' res.signal_65_RC_H6-64_RC5_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_65_RC_H6-64_RC5_H1' res.signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H1' res.signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H1' res.signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H1' res.signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H6_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H6 res.signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H6_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H6 res.signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H6_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H6 res.signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H6_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H6 res.signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H6_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H6 res.signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H6_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H6 res.signal_67_RC_H6-68_RG_H8_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_67_RC_H6-68_RG_H8 res.signal_67_RC_H6-68_RG_H8_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_67_RC_H6-68_RG_H8 res.signal_67_RC_H6-68_RG_H8_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_67_RC_H6-68_RG_H8 res.signal_67_RC_H6-67_RC_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_67_RC_H6-67_RC_H1' res.signal_67_RC_H6-67_RC_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_67_RC_H6-67_RC_H1' res.signal_67_RC_H6-67_RC_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_67_RC_H6-67_RC_H1' res.signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H1' res.signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H1' res.signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H1' res.signal_68_RG_H8-68_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_68_RG_H8-68_RG_H1' res.signal_68_RG_H8-68_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_68_RG_H8-68_RG_H1' res.signal_68_RG_H8-68_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_68_RG_H8-68_RG_H1' res.signal_68_RG_H8-67_RC_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_68_RG_H8-67_RC_H1' res.signal_68_RG_H8-67_RC_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_68_RG_H8-67_RC_H1' res.signal_68_RG_H8-67_RC_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_68_RG_H8-67_RC_H1' res.signal_68_RG_H8-69_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_68_RG_H8-69_RU_H5 res.signal_68_RG_H8-69_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_68_RG_H8-69_RU_H5 res.signal_68_RG_H8-69_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_68_RG_H8-69_RU_H5 res.signal_68_RG_H1'-69_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_68_RG_H1'-69_RU_H5 res.signal_68_RG_H1'-69_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_68_RG_H1'-69_RU_H5 res.signal_68_RG_H1'-69_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_68_RG_H1'-69_RU_H5 res.signal_69_RU_H6-69_RU_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_69_RU_H6-69_RU_H1' res.signal_69_RU_H6-69_RU_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_69_RU_H6-69_RU_H1' res.signal_69_RU_H6-69_RU_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_69_RU_H6-69_RU_H1' res.signal_69_RU_H6-68_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_69_RU_H6-68_RG_H1' res.signal_69_RU_H6-68_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_69_RU_H6-68_RG_H1' res.signal_69_RU_H6-68_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_69_RU_H6-68_RG_H1' res.signal_69_RU_H1'-69_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_69_RU_H1'-69_RU_H5 res.signal_69_RU_H1'-69_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_69_RU_H1'-69_RU_H5 res.signal_69_RU_H1'-69_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_69_RU_H1'-69_RU_H5 res.signal_70_RG_H8-71_RG_H8_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H8-71_RG_H8 res.signal_70_RG_H8-71_RG_H8_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H8-71_RG_H8 res.signal_70_RG_H8-71_RG_H8_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H8-71_RG_H8 res.signal_70_RG_H8-70_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H8-70_RG_H1' res.signal_70_RG_H8-70_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H8-70_RG_H1' res.signal_70_RG_H8-70_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H8-70_RG_H1' res.signal_70_RG_H8-69_RU_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H8-69_RU_H1' res.signal_70_RG_H8-69_RU_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H8-69_RU_H1' res.signal_70_RG_H8-69_RU_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_70_RG_H8-69_RU_H1' res.signal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H6_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H6 res.signal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H6_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H6 res.signal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H6_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H6 res.signal_71_RG_H8-70_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H8-70_RG_H1' res.signal_71_RG_H8-70_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H8-70_RG_H1' res.signal_71_RG_H8-70_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H8-70_RG_H1' res.signal_71_RG_H8-71_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H8-71_RG_H1' res.signal_71_RG_H8-71_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H8-71_RG_H1' res.signal_71_RG_H8-71_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H8-71_RG_H1' res.signal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H5 res.signal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H5 res.signal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H5 res.signal_71_RG_H1'-72_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H1'-72_RU_H5 res.signal_71_RG_H1'-72_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H1'-72_RU_H5 res.signal_71_RG_H1'-72_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_71_RG_H1'-72_RU_H5 res.signal_72_RU_H6-72_RU_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_72_RU_H6-72_RU_H1' res.signal_72_RU_H6-72_RU_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_72_RU_H6-72_RU_H1' res.signal_72_RU_H6-72_RU_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_72_RU_H6-72_RU_H1' res.signal_72_RU_H1'-72_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_72_RU_H1'-72_RU_H5 res.signal_72_RU_H1'-72_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_72_RU_H1'-72_RU_H5 res.signal_72_RU_H1'-72_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_72_RU_H1'-72_RU_H5 res.signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H1' res.signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H1' res.signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H1' res.signal_73_RG_H8-73_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H8-73_RG_H1' res.signal_73_RG_H8-73_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H8-73_RG_H1' res.signal_73_RG_H8-73_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H8-73_RG_H1' res.signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H5 res.signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H5 res.signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H5 res.signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H8_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H8 res.signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H8_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H8 res.signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H8_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H8 res.signal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H6_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H6 res.signal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H6_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H6 res.signal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H6_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H6 res.signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H1' res.signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H1' res.signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H1' res.signal_74_RG_H8-74_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-74_RG_H1' res.signal_74_RG_H8-74_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-74_RG_H1' res.signal_74_RG_H8-74_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-74_RG_H1' res.signal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H5 res.signal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H5 res.signal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H5 res.signal_74_RG_H1'-75_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H1'-75_RU_H5 res.signal_74_RG_H1'-75_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H1'-75_RU_H5 res.signal_74_RG_H1'-75_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_74_RG_H1'-75_RU_H5 res.signal_75_RU_H6-74_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H6-74_RG_H1' res.signal_75_RU_H6-74_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H6-74_RG_H1' res.signal_75_RU_H6-74_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H6-74_RG_H1' res.signal_75_RU_H6-75_RU_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H6-75_RU_H1' res.signal_75_RU_H6-75_RU_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H6-75_RU_H1' res.signal_75_RU_H6-75_RU_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H6-75_RU_H1' res.signal_75_RU_H6-76_RU_H6_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H6-76_RU_H6 res.signal_75_RU_H6-76_RU_H6_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H6-76_RU_H6 res.signal_75_RU_H6-76_RU_H6_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H6-76_RU_H6 res.signal_75_RU_H1'-75_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H1'-75_RU_H5 res.signal_75_RU_H1'-75_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H1'-75_RU_H5 res.signal_75_RU_H1'-75_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H1'-75_RU_H5 res.signal_75_RU_H5-76_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H5-76_RU_H5 res.signal_75_RU_H5-76_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H5-76_RU_H5 res.signal_75_RU_H5-76_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_75_RU_H5-76_RU_H5 res.signal_76_RU_H6-76_RU_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_76_RU_H6-76_RU_H1' res.signal_76_RU_H6-76_RU_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_76_RU_H6-76_RU_H1' res.signal_76_RU_H6-76_RU_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_76_RU_H6-76_RU_H1' res.signal_76_RU_H6-75_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_76_RU_H6-75_RU_H5 res.signal_76_RU_H6-75_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_76_RU_H6-75_RU_H5 res.signal_76_RU_H6-75_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_76_RU_H6-75_RU_H5 res.signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H6_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H6 res.signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H6_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H6 res.signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H6_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H6 res.signal_77_RG_H8-78_RU_H6_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-78_RU_H6 res.signal_77_RG_H8-78_RU_H6_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-78_RU_H6 res.signal_77_RG_H8-78_RU_H6_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-78_RU_H6 res.signal_77_RG_H8-77_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-77_RG_H1' res.signal_77_RG_H8-77_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-77_RG_H1' res.signal_77_RG_H8-77_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-77_RG_H1' res.signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H1' res.signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H1' res.signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H1' res.signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H5 res.signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H5 res.signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H5 res.signal_78_RU_H6-78_RU_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_78_RU_H6-78_RU_H1' res.signal_78_RU_H6-78_RU_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_78_RU_H6-78_RU_H1' res.signal_78_RU_H6-78_RU_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_78_RU_H6-78_RU_H1' res.signal_78_RU_H6-79_RG_H8_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_78_RU_H6-79_RG_H8 res.signal_78_RU_H6-79_RG_H8_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_78_RU_H6-79_RG_H8 res.signal_78_RU_H6-79_RG_H8_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_78_RU_H6-79_RG_H8 res.signal_79_RG_H8-78_RU_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_79_RG_H8-78_RU_H1' res.signal_79_RG_H8-78_RU_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_79_RG_H8-78_RU_H1' res.signal_79_RG_H8-78_RU_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_79_RG_H8-78_RU_H1' res.signal_79_RG_H8-79_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_79_RG_H8-79_RG_H1' res.signal_79_RG_H8-79_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_79_RG_H8-79_RG_H1' res.signal_79_RG_H8-79_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_79_RG_H8-79_RG_H1' res.signal_79_RG_H8-77_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_79_RG_H8-77_RG_H1' res.signal_79_RG_H8-77_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_79_RG_H8-77_RG_H1' res.signal_79_RG_H8-77_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_79_RG_H8-77_RG_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H8-80_RA_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H8-80_RA_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H8-80_RA_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H8-80_RA_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H8-80_RA_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H8-80_RA_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H8_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H8 res.signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H8_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H8 res.signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H8_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H8 res.signal_80_RA_H8-81_RA_H8_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H8-81_RA_H8 res.signal_80_RA_H8-81_RA_H8_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H8-81_RA_H8 res.signal_80_RA_H8-81_RA_H8_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H8-81_RA_H8 res.signal_80_RA_H2-77_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-77_RG_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H2-77_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-77_RG_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H2-77_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-77_RG_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H1' res.signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H8_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H8 res.signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H8_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H8 res.signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H8_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H8 res.signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H8_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H8 res.signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H8_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H8 res.signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H8_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H8 res.signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H2_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H2 res.signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H2_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H2 res.signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H2_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H2 res.signal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H6_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H6 res.signal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H6_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H6 res.signal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H6_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H6 res.signal_81_RA_H8-80_RA_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H8-80_RA_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H8-80_RA_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H8-80_RA_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H8-80_RA_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H8-80_RA_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H8-81_RA_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H8-81_RA_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H8-81_RA_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H8-81_RA_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H8-81_RA_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H8-81_RA_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H5 res.signal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H5 res.signal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H5 res.signal_81_RA_H2-81_RA_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H2-81_RA_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H2-81_RA_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H2-81_RA_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H2-81_RA_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H2-81_RA_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H2-76_RU_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H2-76_RU_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H2-76_RU_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H2-76_RU_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H2-76_RU_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H2-76_RU_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H2-82_RC_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H2-82_RC_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H2-82_RC_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H2-82_RC_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H2-82_RC_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H2-82_RC_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H1'-80_RA_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H1'-80_RA_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H1'-80_RA_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H1'-80_RA_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H1'-80_RA_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H1'-80_RA_H1' res.signal_81_RA_H1'-82_RC_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H1'-82_RC_H5 res.signal_81_RA_H1'-82_RC_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H1'-82_RC_H5 res.signal_81_RA_H1'-82_RC_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_81_RA_H1'-82_RC_H5 res.signal_82_RC_H6-83_RC_H6_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H6-83_RC_H6 res.signal_82_RC_H6-83_RC_H6_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H6-83_RC_H6 res.signal_82_RC_H6-83_RC_H6_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H6-83_RC_H6 res.signal_82_RC_H6-81_RA_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H6-81_RA_H1' res.signal_82_RC_H6-81_RA_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H6-81_RA_H1' res.signal_82_RC_H6-81_RA_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H6-81_RA_H1' res.signal_82_RC_H6-82_RC_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H6-82_RC_H1' res.signal_82_RC_H6-82_RC_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H6-82_RC_H1' res.signal_82_RC_H6-82_RC_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H6-82_RC_H1' res.signal_82_RC_H1'-82_RC_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H1'-82_RC_H5 res.signal_82_RC_H1'-82_RC_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H1'-82_RC_H5 res.signal_82_RC_H1'-82_RC_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H1'-82_RC_H5 res.signal_82_RC_H5-83_RC_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H5-83_RC_H5 res.signal_82_RC_H5-83_RC_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H5-83_RC_H5 res.signal_82_RC_H5-83_RC_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_82_RC_H5-83_RC_H5 res.signal_83_RC_H6-82_RC_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_83_RC_H6-82_RC_H1' res.signal_83_RC_H6-82_RC_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_83_RC_H6-82_RC_H1' res.signal_83_RC_H6-82_RC_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_83_RC_H6-82_RC_H1' res.signal_83_RC_H6-83_RC_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_83_RC_H6-83_RC_H1' res.signal_83_RC_H6-83_RC_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_83_RC_H6-83_RC_H1' res.signal_83_RC_H6-83_RC_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_83_RC_H6-83_RC_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H6_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H6 res.signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H6_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H6 res.signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H6_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H6 res.signal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H6_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H6 res.signal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H6_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H6 res.signal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H6_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H6 res.signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H8-84_RA_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-84_RA_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H8-84_RA_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-84_RA_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H8-84_RA_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-84_RA_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H5 res.signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H5 res.signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H5 res.signal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H5 res.signal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H5 res.signal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H5 res.signal_84_RA_H2-84_RA_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H2-84_RA_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H2-84_RA_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H2-84_RA_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H2-84_RA_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H2-84_RA_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H2-73_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H2-73_RG_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H2-73_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H2-73_RG_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H2-73_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H2-73_RG_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H2-85_RC_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H2-85_RC_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H2-85_RC_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H2-85_RC_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H2-85_RC_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H2-85_RC_H1' res.signal_84_RA_H1'-85_RC_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H1'-85_RC_H5 res.signal_84_RA_H1'-85_RC_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H1'-85_RC_H5 res.signal_84_RA_H1'-85_RC_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_84_RA_H1'-85_RC_H5 res.signal_85_RC_H6-84_RA_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_85_RC_H6-84_RA_H1' res.signal_85_RC_H6-84_RA_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_85_RC_H6-84_RA_H1' res.signal_85_RC_H6-84_RA_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_85_RC_H6-84_RA_H1' res.signal_85_RC_H6-85_RC_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_85_RC_H6-85_RC_H1' res.signal_85_RC_H6-85_RC_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_85_RC_H6-85_RC_H1' res.signal_85_RC_H6-85_RC_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_85_RC_H6-85_RC_H1' res.signal_85_RC_H1'-85_RC_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_85_RC_H1'-85_RC_H5 res.signal_85_RC_H1'-85_RC_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_85_RC_H1'-85_RC_H5 res.signal_85_RC_H1'-85_RC_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_85_RC_H1'-85_RC_H5 res.signal_85_RC_H5-86_RC_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_85_RC_H5-86_RC_H5 res.signal_85_RC_H5-86_RC_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_85_RC_H5-86_RC_H5 res.signal_85_RC_H5-86_RC_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_85_RC_H5-86_RC_H5 res.signal_86_RC_H6-86_RC_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_86_RC_H6-86_RC_H1' res.signal_86_RC_H6-86_RC_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_86_RC_H6-86_RC_H1' res.signal_86_RC_H6-86_RC_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_86_RC_H6-86_RC_H1' res.signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H6_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H6 res.signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H6_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H6 res.signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H6_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H6 res.signal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H6_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H6 res.signal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H6_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H6 res.signal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H6_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H6 res.signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H1' res.signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H1' res.signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H1' res.signal_87_RA_H8-87_RA_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-87_RA_H1' res.signal_87_RA_H8-87_RA_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-87_RA_H1' res.signal_87_RA_H8-87_RA_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-87_RA_H1' res.signal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H5 res.signal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H5 res.signal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H5 res.signal_87_RA_H2-87_RA_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H2-87_RA_H1' res.signal_87_RA_H2-87_RA_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H2-87_RA_H1' res.signal_87_RA_H2-87_RA_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H2-87_RA_H1' res.signal_87_RA_H2-70_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H2-70_RG_H1' res.signal_87_RA_H2-70_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H2-70_RG_H1' res.signal_87_RA_H2-70_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H2-70_RG_H1' res.signal_87_RA_H2-88_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H2-88_RU_H5 res.signal_87_RA_H2-88_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H2-88_RU_H5 res.signal_87_RA_H2-88_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H2-88_RU_H5 res.signal_87_RA_H1'-88_RU_H5_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H1'-88_RU_H5 res.signal_87_RA_H1'-88_RU_H5_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H1'-88_RU_H5 res.signal_87_RA_H1'-88_RU_H5_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_87_RA_H1'-88_RU_H5 res.signal_88_RU_H6-87_RA_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_88_RU_H6-87_RA_H1' res.signal_88_RU_H6-87_RA_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_88_RU_H6-87_RA_H1' res.signal_88_RU_H6-87_RA_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_88_RU_H6-87_RA_H1' res.signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H6_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H6 res.signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H6_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H6 res.signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H6_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H6 res.signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H1' res.signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H1' res.signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H1' res.signal_89_RG_H8-89_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_89_RG_H8-89_RG_H1' res.signal_89_RG_H8-89_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_89_RG_H8-89_RG_H1' res.signal_89_RG_H8-89_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_89_RG_H8-89_RG_H1' res.signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H1' res.signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H1' res.signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H1' res.signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H8_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H8 res.signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H8_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H8 res.signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H8_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H8 res.signal_90_RU_H6-91_RG_H8_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_90_RU_H6-91_RG_H8 res.signal_90_RU_H6-91_RG_H8_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_90_RU_H6-91_RG_H8 res.signal_90_RU_H6-91_RG_H8_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_90_RU_H6-91_RG_H8 res.signal_91_RG_H8-91_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_91_RG_H8-91_RG_H1' res.signal_91_RG_H8-91_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_91_RG_H8-91_RG_H1' res.signal_91_RG_H8-91_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_91_RG_H8-91_RG_H1' res.signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H8_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H8 res.signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H8_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H8 res.signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H8_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H8 res.signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H1' res.signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H1' res.signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H1' res.signal_92_RG3_H8-92_RG3_H1'_coupling scalar Instantaneous values of Lagrangian multipliers. They are also written by default in a separate output file. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_92_RG3_H8-92_RG3_H1' res.signal_92_RG3_H8-92_RG3_H1'_work scalar the instantaneous value of the work done by the biasing force for each argument. These quantities will named with the arguments of the bias followed by the character string _work. This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_92_RG3_H8-92_RG3_H1' res.signal_92_RG3_H8-92_RG3_H1'_error scalar Instantaneous values of the discrepancy between the observable and the restraint center This particular component measures this quantity for the input CV named signal_92_RG3_H8-92_RG3_H1' FILE=SB2_NPT_RECT.LAGMULTLagrangian multipliers output fileARG=the input for this action is the scalar output from one or more other actionssignal_70_RG_H1-71_RG_H1,signal_71_RG_H1-72_RU_H3,signal_72_RU_H3-73_RG_H1,signal_73_RG_H1-74_RG_H1,signal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H41,signal_70_RG_H1-86_RC_H42,signal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H41,signal_71_RG_H1-85_RC_H42,signal_72_RU_H3-84_RA_H2,signal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H41,signal_73_RG_H1-83_RC_H42,signal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H41,signal_74_RG_H1-82_RC_H42,signal_64_RC5_H6-64_RC5_H1',signal_65_RC_H6-64_RC5_H1',signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H1',signal_66_RU_H6-65_RC_H6,signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H6,signal_67_RC_H6-68_RG_H8,signal_67_RC_H6-67_RC_H1',signal_67_RC_H6-66_RU_H1',signal_68_RG_H8-68_RG_H1',signal_68_RG_H8-67_RC_H1',signal_68_RG_H8-69_RU_H5,signal_68_RG_H1'-69_RU_H5,signal_69_RU_H6-69_RU_H1',signal_69_RU_H6-68_RG_H1',signal_69_RU_H1'-69_RU_H5,signal_70_RG_H8-71_RG_H8,signal_70_RG_H8-70_RG_H1',signal_70_RG_H8-69_RU_H1',signal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H6,signal_71_RG_H8-70_RG_H1',signal_71_RG_H8-71_RG_H1',signal_71_RG_H8-72_RU_H5,signal_71_RG_H1'-72_RU_H5,signal_72_RU_H6-72_RU_H1',signal_72_RU_H1'-72_RU_H5,signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H1',signal_73_RG_H8-73_RG_H1',signal_73_RG_H8-72_RU_H5,signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H8,signal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H6,signal_74_RG_H8-73_RG_H1',signal_74_RG_H8-74_RG_H1',signal_74_RG_H8-75_RU_H5,signal_74_RG_H1'-75_RU_H5,signal_75_RU_H6-74_RG_H1',signal_75_RU_H6-75_RU_H1',signal_75_RU_H6-76_RU_H6,signal_75_RU_H1'-75_RU_H5,signal_75_RU_H5-76_RU_H5,signal_76_RU_H6-76_RU_H1',signal_76_RU_H6-75_RU_H5,signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H6,signal_77_RG_H8-78_RU_H6,signal_77_RG_H8-77_RG_H1',signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H1',signal_77_RG_H8-76_RU_H5,signal_78_RU_H6-78_RU_H1',signal_78_RU_H6-79_RG_H8,signal_79_RG_H8-78_RU_H1',signal_79_RG_H8-79_RG_H1',signal_79_RG_H8-77_RG_H1',signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H1',signal_80_RA_H8-80_RA_H1',signal_80_RA_H8-79_RG_H8,signal_80_RA_H8-81_RA_H8,signal_80_RA_H2-77_RG_H1',signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H1',signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H1',signal_80_RA_H2-79_RG_H8,signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H8,signal_80_RA_H2-81_RA_H2,signal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H6,signal_81_RA_H8-80_RA_H1',signal_81_RA_H8-81_RA_H1',signal_81_RA_H8-82_RC_H5,signal_81_RA_H2-81_RA_H1',signal_81_RA_H2-76_RU_H1',signal_81_RA_H2-82_RC_H1',signal_81_RA_H1'-80_RA_H1',signal_81_RA_H1'-82_RC_H5,signal_82_RC_H6-83_RC_H6,signal_82_RC_H6-81_RA_H1',signal_82_RC_H6-82_RC_H1',signal_82_RC_H1'-82_RC_H5,signal_82_RC_H5-83_RC_H5,signal_83_RC_H6-82_RC_H1',signal_83_RC_H6-83_RC_H1',signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H6,signal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H6,signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H1',signal_84_RA_H8-84_RA_H1',signal_84_RA_H8-83_RC_H5,signal_84_RA_H8-85_RC_H5,signal_84_RA_H2-84_RA_H1',signal_84_RA_H2-73_RG_H1',signal_84_RA_H2-85_RC_H1',signal_84_RA_H1'-85_RC_H5,signal_85_RC_H6-84_RA_H1',signal_85_RC_H6-85_RC_H1',signal_85_RC_H1'-85_RC_H5,signal_85_RC_H5-86_RC_H5,signal_86_RC_H6-86_RC_H1',signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H6,signal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H6,signal_87_RA_H8-86_RC_H1',signal_87_RA_H8-87_RA_H1',signal_87_RA_H8-88_RU_H5,signal_87_RA_H2-87_RA_H1',signal_87_RA_H2-70_RG_H1',signal_87_RA_H2-88_RU_H5,signal_87_RA_H1'-88_RU_H5,signal_88_RU_H6-87_RA_H1',signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H6,signal_89_RG_H8-88_RU_H1',signal_89_RG_H8-89_RG_H1',signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H1',signal_90_RU_H6-89_RG_H8,signal_90_RU_H6-91_RG_H8,signal_91_RG_H8-91_RG_H1',signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H8,signal_92_RG3_H8-91_RG_H1',signal_92_RG3_H8-92_RG3_H1KAPPA=1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9,1e-9specifies the initial value for the learning rateTAU=20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0,20.0Specify the dumping time for the learning rateERROR_TYPE=GAUSSIANspecify the prior on the error to useSIGMA=0.50The typical errors expected on observablePACE=10the frequency for Lagrangian multipliers updatePRINT_STRIDE=500stride of Lagrangian multipliers output fileAPPLY_WEIGHTS=1,0.719683,0.517947,0.372759,0.26827,0.19307,0.138949,0.1Vector of weights containing 1 in correspondence of each replica that will receive the Lagrangian multiplier from the current oneTYPE=INEQUALspecify the restraint 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MAXENTthe position of the restraintPrint quantities to a file. 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frequency with which the quantities of interest should be outputFILE=SB2_RECT ... PRINT # --- End of included input --- ########################### #### Metadynamics ###########################the name of the file on which to output these quantitiesMETADUsed to performed metadynamics on one or more collective variables. More detailsARG=the input for this action is the scalar output from one or more other actionsc77SIGMA=0.25the widths of the Gaussian hillsHEIGHT=1.03the heights of the Gaussian hillsPACE=500the frequency for hill additionBIASFACTOR=5.94398use well tempered metadynamics and use this bias factorTEMP=300the system temperature - this is only needed if you are doing well-tempered metadynamicsGRID_MIN=-pithe lower bounds for the gridGRID_MAX=pithe upper bounds for the gridFILE=HILLSc77a file in which the list of added hills is storedMETADUsed to performed metadynamics on one or more collective variables. More detailsARG=the input for this action is the scalar output from one or more other actionsc78SIGMA=0.25the widths of the Gaussian hillsHEIGHT=1.03the heights of the Gaussian hillsPACE=500the frequency for hill additionBIASFACTOR=5.94398use well tempered metadynamics and use this bias factorTEMP=300the system temperature - this is only needed if you are doing well-tempered metadynamicsGRID_MIN=-pithe lower bounds for the gridGRID_MAX=pithe upper bounds for the gridFILE=HILLSc78a file in which the list of added hills is storedMETADUsed to performed metadynamics on one or more collective variables. More detailsARG=the input for this action is the scalar output from one or more other actionsc79SIGMA=0.25the widths of the Gaussian hillsHEIGHT=1.03the heights of the Gaussian hillsPACE=500the frequency for hill additionBIASFACTOR=5.94398use well tempered metadynamics and use this bias factorTEMP=300the system temperature - this is only needed if you are doing well-tempered metadynamicsGRID_MIN=-pithe lower bounds for the gridGRID_MAX=pithe upper bounds for the gridFILE=HILLSc79a file in which the list of added hills is storedMETADUsed to performed metadynamics on one or more collective variables. More detailsARG=the input for this action is the scalar output from one or more other actionsco77SIGMA=0.05the widths of the Gaussian hillsHEIGHT=1.03the heights of the Gaussian hillsPACE=500the frequency for hill additionBIASFACTOR=5.94398use well tempered metadynamics and use this bias factorTEMP=300the system temperature - this is only needed if you are doing well-tempered metadynamicsGRID_MIN=0the lower bounds for the gridGRID_MAX=30the upper bounds for the gridFILE=HILLSco77a file in which the list of added hills is storedMETADUsed to performed metadynamics on one or more collective variables. More detailsARG=the input for this action is the scalar output from one or more other actionsco78SIGMA=0.05the widths of the Gaussian hillsHEIGHT=1.03the heights of the Gaussian hillsPACE=500the frequency for hill additionBIASFACTOR=5.94398use well tempered metadynamics and use this bias factorTEMP=300the system temperature - this is only needed if you are doing well-tempered metadynamicsGRID_MIN=0the lower bounds for the gridGRID_MAX=30the upper bounds for the gridFILE=HILLSco78a file in which the list of added hills is storedMETADUsed to performed metadynamics on one or more collective variables. More detailsARG=the input for this action is the scalar output from one or more other actionsco79SIGMA=0.05the widths of the Gaussian hillsHEIGHT=1.03the heights of the Gaussian hillsPACE=500the frequency for hill additionBIASFACTOR=5.94398use well tempered metadynamics and use this bias factorTEMP=300the system temperature - this is only needed if you are doing well-tempered metadynamicsGRID_MIN=0the lower bounds for the gridGRID_MAX=30the upper bounds for the gridFILE=HILLSco79a file in which the list of added hills is storedFLUSHThis command instructs plumed to flush all the open files with a user specified frequency. More detailsSTRIDE=50000the frequency with which all the open files should be flushed