I Fourier Transform of the Wave function

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Given that the wave function represented in momentum space is a fourier transform of the wave function in configuration space, is the conjugate of the wave function in p-space is the conjugate of the whole transformation integral?
 

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Given that the wave function represented in momentum space is a fourier transform of the wave function in configuration space, is the conjugate of the wave function in p-space is the conjugate of the whole transformation integral?
Can you prove or disprove that:

##F(\psi^*) = F(\psi)^*##

Where ##F## is the Fourier Transform.

Which I think is what you are asking?
 

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