Atomic orbitals, the Schrödinger wave equation and 3D complex numbers.

The numerical use of three dimensional complex numbers is almost the same as the situation on the complex plane. This is caused by the simple fact that only on the main cone that includes the three coordinate axes, we have that if you multiply a number X by it’s conjugate, the result is a real number.

In the complex plane this is valid for all numbers in the plane but in higher dimensional complex number systems the situation is different; you must always pick numbers from that main cone where also the exponential circle lives (in 3D) or exponential curves (in higher dimensions).

This update is 5 pictures long, size pics = 550 by 775.


One hour later:

Shit! There is a serious problem with uploading the pictures, they get uploaded but they are  not visible… So you must wait at least one day longer because I do not understand the problem at hand…

Till updates.


Problem with the jgp pictures is solved; according to my webhost provider it was caused by the name Schrödinger because that contains an o with two dots: ö.
My computer can handle filenames with ö so for me they looked normal but the server that hosts this website cannot deal with these kinds of symbols…

Anyway after a few days here are the pictures:






Well I am happy this strange problem of invisible pictures has been solved. Till updates.

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