HFIX mn U [#] d [#] atomnamesHFIX generates AFIX instructions and dummy hydrogen atoms bonded to the named atoms, the AFIX parameters being as specified on the HFIX instruction. This is exactly equivalent to the corresponding editing of the atom list. The atom names may reference residues (by appending '_n' to the name, where n is the residue number), or SFAC names (preceded by a '$' sign). U may be any legal value for the isotropic temperature factor, e.g. 21 to tie a group of hydrogen U value to free variable 2, or -1.5 to fix U at 1.5 times Ueq of the preceding normal atom. HFIX MUST precede the atoms to which it is to be applied. If more than one HFIX instruction references a given atom, only the FIRST is applied. 'HFIX 0' is legal, and may be used to switch off following HFIX instructions for a given atom (which is useful if the latter involve '_*' or a global reference to a residue class).
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