How can I show that a first-degree Besselfunction a la Jn=Bessel(n,eta) for large etas always lead to something like a bathtub?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I.e. how can I show that J(n=eta) produces sth like a overshoot?

I would really appreciate every idea.

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# Behavior of besselfunction for index

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