Question:How do I duplicate a complex plot that was done in Wolfram math sofware?

Question:How do I duplicate a complex plot that was done in Wolfram math sofware?

Maple

Hi,

I have been trying to duplicate a solution to Schrodinger Eq from a utube video...the presenter use Wolfram software to graph and

animate the plot...I have working on this all day..I a new user (several months)..any help would be appreciated.

I am attaching a screenshot

Thanks

Frank

I am attaching my Maple worksheet for reference

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BELOW IS ADRESSING PARTICLE MOTION AND HOW ELECTRONS MOVE AROUND AND HOW MAGNETIC FIELDS AFFECTION THE MOTION OF ELECTRONS

PARTICLE MOTION "IGNORING SPIN" WILL COME BACK TO THAT

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THE ABOVE EQUATION IS TRUE IF THE WAVE FUNCTION IS "PROPERLY NORMALIZED"

THE WAVE FUNCTION EVOLVES IN TIME ACCORDING TO SCHRODINGER EQ

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Classical physics example

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QUANTUM MECHANICS

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substituting each value of p[x], p[y],p[z]  IN EQ 11 is the KE

ONE VERY IMPORTANT SOLUTUION TO SE IS LISTED BELOW

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C(t) = 1 +

=<p[x],p[y],p[z]>...just 3 Real no...this is NOT THE SAME AS EQ 14

There are 3 parmeters in the above eq σ (NOT PAULI), m ,

THE ABOVE FUNCTION WILL BE A MAXIMUM WHEN

distribution,

n. 1. (Statistics) the set of possible values of a random variable, or points in a sample space , considered in terms of their theoretical or observed frequency . 2. also called generalized function. a generalization of the concept of a function, defined as continuous linear functionals  over spaces of infinitely differentiable functions, introduced so that all continuous functions possess partial distributional derivatives (also called Schwartzian derivatives) that are again distributions. This leads to so-called weak solutions of differential equations and is of importance in the theory of partial differential equations ...

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BELOW IS ADRESSING PARTICLE MOTION AND HOW ELECTRONS MOVE AROUND AND HOW MAGNETIC FIELDS AFFECTION THE MOTION OF ELECTRONS

PARTICLE MOTION "IGNORING SPIN" WILL COME BACK TO THAT

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 (1)
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WAVE FUNCTION OF PARITCLE. t =time , x= some position vector

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ψ is xome complex number with a real and imaginary number, the absolute value of

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THE ABOVE EQUATION IS TRUE IF THE WAVE FUNCTION IS "PROPERLY NORMALIZED"

THE WAVE FUNCTION EVOLVES IN TIME ACCORDING TO SCHRODINGER EQ

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 > psi(t, x, y, z)
 (7)

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Classical physics example

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QUANTUM MECHANICS

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 (13)

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 (14)

substituting each value of p[x], p[y],p[z]  IN EQ 11 is the KE

ONE VERY IMPORTANT SOLUTUION TO SE IS LISTED BELOW

=

C(t) = 1 +

=<p[x],p[y],p[z]>...just 3 Real no...this is NOT THE SAME AS EQ 14

There are 3 parmeters in the above eq σ (NOT PAULI), m ,

THE ABOVE FUNCTION WILL BE A MAXIMUM WHEN

distribution,

n. 1. (Statistics) the set of possible values of a random variable, or points in a sample space , considered in terms of their theoretical or observed frequency . 2. also called generalized function. a generalization of the concept of a function, defined as continuous linear functionals  over spaces of infinitely differentiable functions, introduced so that all continuous functions possess partial distributional derivatives (also called Schwartzian derivatives) that are again distributions. This leads to so-called weak solutions of differential equations and is of importance in the theory of partial differential equations ...

THE EQ YIEDS A GAUSSIAN "BELL SHAPE IN 2 D ONLY, CANNOT BE DRAWN 3D,

t→∞ width =

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BELOW IS ADRESSING PARTICLE MOTION AND HOW ELECTRONS MOVE AROUND AND HOW MAGNETIC FIELDS AFFECTION THE MOTION OF ELECTRONS

PARTICLE MOTION "IGNORING SPIN" WILL COME BACK TO THAT

 >
 >
 >
 (1)
 >

WAVE FUNCTION OF PARITCLE. t =time , x= some position vector

 >
 (2)
 >
 (3)
 >
 (4)
 >
 (5)

ψ is xome complex number with a real and imaginary number, the absolute value of

 (6)

THE ABOVE EQUATION IS TRUE IF THE WAVE FUNCTION IS "PROPERLY NORMALIZED"

THE WAVE FUNCTION EVOLVES IN TIME ACCORDING TO SCHRODINGER EQ

,

 >
 > psi(t, x, y, z)
 (7)

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 (8)
 >
 (9)
 >
 (10)
 >

 >

Classical physics example

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 (11)
 >
 (12)

QUANTUM MECHANICS

 >
 (13)

 >
 (14)

substituting each value of p[x], p[y],p[z]  IN EQ 11 is the KE

ONE VERY IMPORTANT SOLUTUION TO SE IS LISTED BELOW

=

C(t) = 1 +

=<p[x],p[y],p[z]>...just 3 Real no...this is NOT THE SAME AS EQ 14

There are 3 parmeters in the above eq σ (NOT PAULI), m ,

THE ABOVE FUNCTION WILL BE A MAXIMUM WHEN

distribution,

n. 1. (Statistics) the set of possible values of a random variable, or points in a sample space , considered in terms of their theoretical or observed frequency . 2. also called generalized function. a generalization of the concept of a function, defined as continuous linear functionals  over spaces of infinitely differentiable functions, introduced so that all continuous functions possess partial distributional derivatives (also called Schwartzian derivatives) that are again distributions. This leads to so-called weak solutions of differential equations and is of importance in the theory of partial differential equations ...

THE EQ YIEDS A GAUSSIAN "BELL SHAPE IN 2 D ONLY, CANNOT BE DRAWN 3D,

t→∞ width =

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 I:   All numeric values are properties as well as objects.   Their location in the property lattice is obvious,   in this case complex(extended_numeric).
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