# Is there a way to model schrödinger's wave equations in blender?

I have the task to model the orbitals of an atom in blender for an animation. I know the orbitals of electron around an atom can be gotten from Schrödinger's wave equations. How would I be able to model that in blender?

I can try to explain a bit more about what is going on. (I am as lost as you are) The Schrödinger wave equation is a linear partial differential equation. The Schrödinger equation for the hydrogen atom (or a hydrogen-like atom) is

$${\displaystyle E\psi =-{\frac {\hbar ^{2}}{2\mu }}\nabla ^{2}\psi -{\frac {q^{2}}{4\pi \varepsilon _{0}r}}\psi }$$

The Schrödinger for a hydrogen atom can be solved by separation of variables. Spherical polar coordinates are most convenient according to Wikipedia. $${\displaystyle \psi (r,\theta ,\varphi )=R(r)Y_{\ell }^{m}(\theta ,\varphi )=R(r)\Theta (\theta )\Phi (\varphi )}$$