## Vector gauge and tensor field

While reviewing the paper- Coupling of a vector gauge field to a massive tensor field I found the term-
$$2\mu^2 \varepsilon^{ijk} \dfrac{\partial_j}{\partial^2}B_k\dot{B_k}$$
which needed to be integrated by parts. How can I do it?

Note: Here $$B_k$$ is the space component of antisymmetric tensor field and $$\dot{B_k}$$ is the time derivative of $$B_k$$ .

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