# [Tex/LaTex] How to have a bigger integral (\int) delimiter

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I'm writing some integrals and I don't like the way the \int symbol is displayed when it is followed by a big delimiter.
Here's the code:

$\int_S\biggl(\nabla\times\bar B - \mu_0\bar J - \mu_0\varepsilon_0\frac{\partial\bar E}{\partial t}\biggr) \cdot\hat n\,ds = 0$


And here's the output:

What I'd like to have is an integral sign taller than the parenthesis, as if it would have a sort of \bigg command right before. Is there any way to do this, or the \int symbol is impossible to modify?