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while working on a problem i encountered the following integral :(limits are zero and infinity)

Integral[J1(kR)dk]

J1 is the first order bessel function..cudnt put 1 in subscripts..

Is there an analytical solution for this?? also is it possible to integrate it numerically?

please help. thanks.

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# Integral of first order (first kind) bessel function

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