The hydrogen atom

Spherically symmetric 1s energy eigenstate of the hydrogen atom. The electron, indicated by the small yellow sphere, stands stationary in the field of the atomic nucleus (no matter where it's initial position is chosen).
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Superposition of 4p, -d and -f states with magnetic quantum number 0. Here again the electron stands stationary in the field of the atomic nucleus, independently of the chosen initial position.
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3d energy-eigenstate with magnetic quantum number 1. The electron circles about the z-axis with constant angular velocity, independently of it's initial position.
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State with quantum numbers n=10, l=8, m=3. Again the electrons circle about the z-axis with constant angular velocity.
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Superposition of the 2s and the three 2p states. The resulting probability distribution and the Bohmian vector field are stationary.
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Non-stationary superposition of the two eigenstates n=4, l=3, m=0 and m=2 and the eigenstate n=5, l=2, m=-1.
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Rydberg state of the hydrogen atom. Superposition of about 150 eigenstates around n=30, following a construction by Nauenberg (1989).
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