# Integration using Spherical Bessel Function

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Given a spherical Bessel function J1(w) = (1/w^2)*(Sin(w)-w*Cos(w))

Show that

(pi)*x/2, -1<x<1

integral of J1(w)*Sin(wx)dw from 0 to infinity =

0, |x|>1

Need a through explanation!!

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