# Software for the atom model of all elements [closed]

I want an atom model with shells but I haven't found one yet and the only software that created an atom was Cinema 4D. This software is not for beginners like me and I used a tutorial to make an atom but it was really hard until I knew how to create shells, electrons, protons and neutrons.

Does anyone know a replacement for Cinema 4D? I checked the list in Google and I found molecules which is not what I wanted to find.

• Something like this in that picture or something in 2d if it's not possible in 3d? – wolly Dec 22 '18 at 22:24

For $$\mathrm{\LaTeX}$$ users there is bohr package by Cle­mens Nieder­berger which

provides means for the creation of simple Bohr models of atoms up to the atomic number 112.

Example:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{chemmacros}
\chemsetup{modules = all}
\usepackage{bohr}
\setbohr{
shell-dist = .5em,
insert-missing,
atom-style={\footnotesize\sffamily\ch}
}

\begin{document}

\bohr{}{He}
\bohr{10}{O^2-}
\bohr{18}{Ca^2+}
\bohr{30}{As^3+}

\setbohr{
distribution-method = quantum,
electron-options-set = {red!75!},
}
\bohr{55}{Ce^3+}
\setbohr{
distribution-method=periodic,