Dear Lammps Users,

I am using Lammps for a particular study and need to calculate the total coulombic energy per particle. I am using kspace style as pppm. I have the following questions:

- Does ‘ecoul’ give the short range coulombic energy per particle or the total short range coulombic energy summed over all particles?
- Similarly ‘elong’ gives long range coumbic energy per particle or summed over all particles?
- To get the total coulombic energy is it enough to add ecoul+elong outputs? I believe to get the total coulombic energy per particle I will divide (ecoul+elong) by the total number of particles.

Please clarify my doubts.

Regards,

Indrajit