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do you know how to calculate the Fourier transform for the infinitely deep circular well (confined system)? The radial wave function is given by R=N_m J_m (k r). k=\alpha_{mn}/R. R is the radius of the circular well. R(k R)=0. Thanks.

Another question is that The k in J_{m}(k r) is same as the wave number k in momentum p=\hbar k?

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# Fourier transform for radial wave function of infinitely deep circular well (Bessel function)

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