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How can I visualize the normal mode vibrations of a molecule in Mathematica? Something like the gif shown in the following link.benzene b_2u vibrational mode.GIF:

vibrational modes of benzene I(from here)

I have the XYZ fileben-xyz-fileXYZ file of the benzene molecule and the normal mode coordinates normal-mode mode coordinates.

How can I visualize the normal mode vibrations of a molecule in Mathematica? Something like the gif shown in the following link.benzene b_2u vibrational mode. I have the XYZ fileben-xyz-file of the benzene molecule and the normal mode coordinates normal-mode.

How can I visualize the normal mode vibrations of a molecule in Mathematica? Something like the following GIF:

vibrational modes of benzene (from here)

I have the XYZ file of the benzene molecule and the normal mode coordinates.

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visualizing a normal mode vibration of a molecule in mathematica

How can I visualize the normal mode vibrations of a molecule in Mathematica? Something like the gif shown in the following link.benzene b_2u vibrational mode. I have the XYZ fileben-xyz-file of the benzene molecule and the normal mode coordinates normal-mode.