In order to get the molecular mechanics atom types in gauss view, you will need to first open the file containing your molecule. Next, select the “Tools” drop-down menu and then choose the “Molecular Mechanics” option. This will open a new window with a variety of options. Under the “Atom Types” section, you will see a list of available atom types. Select the one that you want and then click the “OK” button.
Other related questions:
Q: How do you draw a molecule in Gaussian?
A: In Gaussian, you can draw molecules using the “Draw” command. This command can be found in the “Tools” menu.
Q: How are atoms fixed in Gaussian?
A: Atoms are fixed in Gaussian by setting the appropriate flags in the input file. For example, to fix the atom at the origin, you would use the following input file:
#HF/6-31G(d) opt fix(1)
1 0.0 0.0 0.0
Q: How do you translate a molecule in Gaussview?
A: There is no direct way to translate a molecule in Gaussview. However, you can use the “Align” tool to align the molecule with another object in the scene, and then use the “Translate” tool to move the molecule to the desired location.
Q: How do I open a CIF file in Gaussian?
A: There is no special way to open a CIF file in Gaussian. Just use the normal file open dialogue.