EXAMPLE 1. SiF3OH molecule in standard orientation of Gaussian98. Perspective view with coordinate axes and calculated vibrations. A valence angle is measured.
Here are the files creating this image: Moltran-Sample1.txt (g98 output data file) and Moltran-Sample1.bat (command file running Moltran). Download these files to any directory and run the BAT-file (Moltran should be already installed on your system). Once a picture appeared, use P, I, X, and + keys to show perspective, atom identifiers, coordinate axes and zoom in the view. Use arrow keys to rotate the molecule as shown at the screenshot. Finish the viewing with F10 or Q key. After finalizing, please find the thermodynamic calculations results at the Moltran output fileMoltran-Sample1.log automatically created in the same directory.
EXAMPLE 2. SO2 molecule on the ice Ih surface modeled by (H2O)29 cluster. Simple projection view, atom symbols are hidden. A bond length is measured.
EXAMPLE 3. Ta(C5H5)(H)(PMe3)(NMe3)SiClMe2 complex with non-classical hydride bond. The hapto–bonds are connected manually. A torsion angle is measured.