The Heisenberg Equation, abbreviated as **ħ**, is an equation derived by Heisenberg Kit to calculate the mass-energy dynamics of a quantum system.

∂_{t}Ψ = -[PΨ + (-Π^{2}/2m)∇^{2}Ψ]/(i_{1}Π)

_{Where: Ψ=wave functionm, P=potential energy, Π=pi constant, m=mass}

The equation represents the time evolution of a quantum system when either the partical localization partition function is known, or when the forces acting on the system and the mass energy quantization of the system is known.

## Recognition Edit

Heisenberg Kit was awarded the Elon Physics Prize for the formulation of this equation.

## Verification Edit

The equation has been verified to be accurate to (1/2)Π by the Institute of Physics in over 1000 studies. The uncertainty limit of (1/2)Π is referred to as the Heisenberg error, which is a limitation of the Heisenberg equation.