Mathematical formulation of quantum mechanics - Wikipedia Okay look, I'm not super into the mathematical aspect, I don't speak it often because It's not a subject I fundamentally accel at, It's difficult for me, Nothing was easy about this, But I persist. Original Quantum Theory began in the late 1890s Ludwig Marx Planck was able to derive the blackbody spectrum which was later used to avoid ultraviolet interactions by assuming that between electromagnetic radiation and matter-energy could be exchanged through discrete units called Quanta. Planck postulated a direct proportionality between the frequency of the radiation and quantum of energy at that frequency. The proportionality constant, h, is now called Planck's constant in his memory. The formulas used in Quantum Math, are those formulas that allow for a detailed description of the Quantum function. Schrodinger's Equation The Schrödinger equation sometimes called the dinger wave equation, is a differential equation. It uses the idea of energy conservation (Kinetic Energy + Potential Energy = Total Energy) to obtain information about the behavior of an electron bound to a nucleus. It does this by allowing for the wave function of a single electron. I grabbed this list here from the net, MY keyboard won't produce these symbols and It needed more explanation than * is the Operator. :/ is the reduced Planck constant, m is the electron mass, is the Laplacian operator, Ψ is the wave function, V is the potential energy, E is the energy eigenvalue, (r) denotes the quantities are functions of spherical polar coordinates (r, θ, φ) This is all great, But Later Quantum calculus came along. Quantum calculus - Wikipedia Quantum calculus is great because While some people tend to think it's more complicated, It's honestly not, It has fewer limitations than Standard Quantum math, And as a result, Standard Quantized math is a boring exercise compared to quantum calculus. I'm still no expert on this subject. It's a hobby I've been trying to learn for years, Ever since I ran into a guy speaking equations I didn't understand years and years ago, I swore that would never occur again, I don't speak it to boast it, I speak it because I have a need and a desire to know it.