Atom type and Temperature

Dear lammps users,
i have two type of atoms, say 1 and 2, thermalized at different
temperatures: type 1 at 50 K and type 2 at 2000 K.
During the simulation one atom, say x, changes type from 2 to 1(this operation is performed with bond/create).
At what temperature is thermalized the x atom?

Many Thanks
Michele

Dear lammps users,
i have two type of atoms, say 1 and 2, thermalized at different
temperatures: type 1 at 50 K and type 2 at 2000 K.

thermostats are not applied to atom types but to atom groups.
it doesn't matter, that you define the group by atom type, the
group assignment uses the state at the time and is permanent.

During the simulation one atom, say x, changes type from 2 to 1(this operation is performed with bond/create).
At what temperature is thermalized the x atom?

since the atom would change its group, it will remain
under the same temperature control as before.

ciao,
    axel.

During the simulation one atom, say x, changes type from 2 to 1(this operation is performed with bond/create).
At what temperature is thermalized the x atom?

correction:

since the atom would need to change its group, it will remain...