A quantum mechanical proof of the fourier inversion formula
Keywords:Fourier transform, Position operator, Momentum operator, , Extension.
The translation of the observable, position and momentum, of a given particle in the real line, at a certain time t, from Classical Mechanics, into the operators, position and momentum, in Quantum Mechanics, gives us the inspiration to make a proof of the existence of the Fourier's Inverse Transform, using algebraic relations involving these operators (position and momentum), a few of Linear Algebra and Analysis, without resorting to the classical technics like Fubini's Theorem and Lebesgue's Dominated Convergence Theorem.
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