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I try to solve this integral, but I failed... I have tried Euler's formula but it only got more and more complex. Can anyone help me?

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\int_{0}^{T}\int_{0}^{L}\frac{e^{2i(\omega t+\alpha x)}}{\sqrt{1-a e^{2i(\omega t+\alpha x)}}}dx dt

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# I Can't find a solution to this integral

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