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       atoms - make lists of atomic coordinates from crystallographic data


       atoms [-fu8gpsbaxF][-r#][-qvh][-tatptype-ofile]input_file


       Take  crystallographic  data  from  the input file given on the command
       line and write output as indicated by their contents.  If no input file
       is  given,  F<atoms.inp>  is  used.  If the input file specified at the
       command line is ’-’, then input is  read  from  STDIN.   If  no  output
       format  is  specified, an input file for feff will be written.  Several
       command line switches can be used to override the contents of the input

        output file flags
           -f    feff6 input file         -u    unit cell file
           -8    feff8 input file         -g    geometry file
           -p    P1 input file            -s    symmetry file
           -a    alchemy atoms list       -x    xyz atoms list
           -b    Protein Databank list
           -F    do not write feff file   -O    write to STDOUT
           -t s  user supplied template   -o f  output file name

        operational flags
           -r #  override the value of rmax with the given value
           -A    use a named file from the Atoms Database
           -q    suppress screen messages
           -v    write version information and exit
           -h    write this message and exit

                      # = number   f = file   s = string

       For complete information about Atoms, consult the documentation at:


       Atoms is copyright (c) 1998-2005 Bruce Ravel

                                  May 1, 2006