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I want to know how to quantize a hydrogen atom as an example of geometric quantization. Apparently there is a derivation in the book "Geometric Quantization in Action: Applications of Harmonic Analysis in Quantum Statistical Mechanics and Quantum Field Theory" by N.E. Hurt, but I have no access to it.

An article even paywalled or a book that easily accessible would suffice.

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Google search involving "geometric quantization" and "kepler problem" should turn up something relevant. – twistor59 Dec 31 '12 at 17:16

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