Solvent Excluded Surface
Compute the molecule Solvent Excluded Surface using the MSMS
(Molecular Surface Computation Home Page - Michel F. Sanner) tool.
||The radius of the probe used to find the solvent excluded surface (normally 1.4).
||The triangle density of the resulting surface. Bigger values means better quality, but over 6 there is no visible improvement.
||Set the value used to color the surface. Possible values are:
- no color
- The surface has the default color set by Editors->Object->Properties->Primary Color.
- color by nearest atom type
- Every node is colored by the type of the nearest atom. The color is the same used by the ball-and-stock molecule representation.
- color by charge
- Every node is colored by the nearest atom charge using the default rainbow colormap.
- color by atomic number
- Every node is colored by the nearest atom atomic number using the default rainbow colormap.
||The surface opacity value.
|Surface rendering type
||The surface can be rendered as a surface, wireframe, points cloud or as a surface with lines added to enhance
visibility when using transparency.
||The computed solvent excluded surface.
||The renderable version of fld.