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For questions relating to the energy required for or produced by reactions, including questions of endothermicity/exothermicity, bond enthalpy, etc.

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depending on the force field and sometimes implementation. These interactions are typically pairwise additive, so to get the total potential energy of the system you simply add together all the … proteins, relatively simple force fields are generally applied. Please note that finding the global minimum in potential energy of a protein is not a trivial problem. People have been working on this for years, it's extremely difficult to develop algorithms that do not get trapped in local minima. …
answered Oct 2 '14 by commanderdata