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Find the adjoint of an operator \(S\), defined on the space of square integrable functions, given below. \begin{equation*} Sf(x) = \alpha f(2x) \end{equation*}  find a value of \(\alpha\) so that \(S\) may be unitary. Is the  value you found unique?

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