[Chimera-users] Surface atoms and charges

Tom Goddard goddard at sonic.net
Mon May 14 11:14:11 PDT 2012

Hi Nikolay,

This post from the Chimera mailing list describes how to find the atoms 
that touch the molecular surface.


The surface doesn't have charge associated with it.  I guess you mean 
the electrostatic potential at a point on the surface.  Here's a Chimera 
mailing list message about how to do that.


The Chimera documentation web page


has an entry for searching the mailing list which allowed me to find 
these two messages by searching for atoms at surface and potential at 
surface point.


> Hi all,
> I was wondering if any of you knew of a way to determine exactly what 
> atoms occur on the surface of a molecule or how to get the exact 
> charge at a point on a surface.
> Thank you,
> Nikolay Rodionov
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