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hiyok

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Hi, I have problems finding out the Fourier transform of the following function,

1/\sqrt{q^2 + m^2}, where m\neq 0 denotes a parameter.

It seems easy, but I don't know how. Could anybody show me how to do it ?

Thanks in advance.

hiyok

1/\sqrt{q^2 + m^2}, where m\neq 0 denotes a parameter.

It seems easy, but I don't know how. Could anybody show me how to do it ?

Thanks in advance.

hiyok

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