# How can I write in a equation “~” with more aesthetics?

I know that \tilde{a} in a equation shows:

but when I write \tilde{V^{\mu}},\tilde{V}^{\mu} in a equation, it shows:

and I am searching something like that:

They are similar, but they are not the same. How can I write this V ?

• Perhaps \widetilde? \widetilde{V}^{\mu} – egreg Feb 2 at 17:57

The \widetilde from yhmath is better than the default, in my opinion:
\documentclass[11pt]{article}
$\widetilde{V}\quad \widetilde{V}^\mu$%