MacMolPlt is a Chemistry visualization tool that can be used to build molecules with an integrated graphical model builder, create input files for the GAMESS computational chemistry program, and then visualize the results of computational chemistry runs. Features include a high-quality 3D display, animations of normal modes and reaction sequences and output to a variety of formats including high-quality images and QuickTime and Flash movies. Input using: MolPlt file format punched out by GAMESS by pasting in Cartesian coordinates from any GAMESS or Gaussian log file any GAMESS input, log or irc file Xmol style XYZ file MolDen format files Protein Data Bank (pdb) file Chemical Markup Language (CML) files Build graphically with an interactive molecule editor Build by hand using cartesian or Z-Matrix style internal coordinates 3D display of structure and Normal mode Animation of Normal modes. 3D real-time rotation and translation under mouse control Calculation of any Z-matrix parameter Visually measure/display distances, angles and dihedrals. Automated creation of Linear Least Motion (LLM) paths 2D and 3D calculation and display of: Molecular orbitals (AO's, MO's, or LMO's) Total Electron Density Density differences Molecular Electrostatic Potentials (MEPMaps) Basic input file generator for GAMESS OpenGL used for high-quality 3D rendering Support for molecular symmetry Generate symmetry dependant atoms Determine symmetry unique atoms Automatically determine the list of supported point groups for a set of coordinates. Rotate coordinates into the proper principle orientation Display symmetry operators for many point groups Publication quality output (color or black and white) via direct printing or Copy and Paste into another Application. Output in a variety of forms including Windows bitmap, JPEG, PNG, CML, XMol XYZ, MDL molfile, POV-Ray, Flash Movies and QuickTime movies.
File Size7.01 MB
Operating System Mac OS X 10.3.9 Macintosh Mac OS X 10.4 Intel Mac OS X 10.5 Intel Mac OS X 10.5 PPC Mac OS X 10.4 PPC


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