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hope someone can help me

the task is simple, i have to calculate the Fourier tranform of wave-function to get it in momentum space

the problem is that this is a 4-dimensional space, so the Fourier transform is multi-dimensional

the only idea i have is that this wave-function has a hyperspherical harmonic as its part, so i guees the book of Avery J. 'Hyperspherical Harmonics: Application to Quantum Theory' can help

but i can't get it( has anyone seen it? an electronic version, i can't afford to get a printed version(

also i've read that maybe Fock method can help, but this method is also desribed in the same book(

cheers, Max

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