Apologies in advance if this is the wrong StackExchange to ask this question in... if it is not, please don't just down-vote, let me know where else to go and I will gladly. I'm just trying to learn. I'm trying to build a 3D representation of an Atoms (and Molecules) with accurate electron placement. (AKA not the Bohr's Model, instead, electron orbitals) So, is there any formula I can use in order to generate a random 3D point within any of the different electron orbitals? Or, more possibly, is there a formula I can use to create 3D models of all the electron orbital configurations? Or maybe there are already 3D models of this created that I can use in my own project?
If I can manage to generate or get a 3D model of these orbital configurations, I think I can just pick a random point within the orbitals corresponding to an element in order to place the electrons in a somewhat accurate fashion.
I appreciate any help, and send thanks in advance for any insight you may have!