My question is that is there any formula for non-physicists like me that can we can use to plot and graph the orbitals of atoms. I know the orbitals arise from solving the Schrodinger equation and solving them but are there already known equations that we can just plug into graphing program that graphs relations (because of the cut-away of the orbitals is the only information i need to visualize, the rest can be made 3D in my head)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# How to plot orbitals

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